Alibaba kicked off the festival for its annual Singles Day shopping event on Friday and hopes its "New Retail" strategy can help make it the biggest edition yet. » Read More
Mehdi Hosseini of Susquehanna International Group says the slowdown in consumption from China has weighed on expectations of TSMC's fourth quarter revenue. » Read More
Jeff Ng of Continuum Economics says he expects China to grow 6.3 percent in 2019 even if the tariff fight with the U.S. escalates further. » Read More
Andrew Gillan of Janus Henderson Investors says the Chinese economy is actually "not that bad", but the stock market makes it look "much worse." » Read More
Tianhe Ji of BNP Paribas says the slowing growth of China's economy is expected to continue for the rest of the year and 2019.
Kelvin Tay of UBS Global Wealth Management says Chinese authorities are not likely to intervene in the stock market as "not many households are actively involved" in it.
Michael Green of Center for Strategic and International Studies says it is a problem that the Trump administration is "so divided" on what they want from negotiations with China.
Raymond Lee of Kapstream Capital says it "makes sense" for Chinese regulators to come in and stabilize the stock market in a way that is beneficial for the economy as a whole.
Kelvin Lau of Standard Chartered says the main reason for a slowdown in the Chinese economy's growth in the third quarter of 2018 will be "increasingly driven" by external factors.
Weaker-than-expected GDP data and a sharp Thursday selloff couldn't dent Chinese stocks on Friday.
China has been trying to reduce its reliance on debt as well as fiscal and monetary stimulus to fuel economic growth, but the pain of the trade war with the United States is forcing a reversal.
China said on Friday its economic growth slowed to 6.5 percent year-over-year in the third quarter of 2018, missing expectations.
Growing a company involves hiring the right people. For Jack Ma, the man behind Chinese tech giant Alibaba, that's a process that took him some time to master.
CNBC's Dom Chu reports on American companies that are impacted by the slowdown in the Chinese economy.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on comments from National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow about the U.S.-Chinese trade war as well as the Trump administration's ongoing handling of U.S.-Saudi relations.
Patrick Chovanec, managing director at Silvercrest Asset Management, discusses a slowdown in China's Shanghai Composite, which hit its lowest levels since 2014.
China would still like to have a close economic relationship with the U.S. despite current trade tensions, the Asian nation's Ministry of Commerce said Thursday.
Scott Nations of NationsShares says the Trump administration is looking for a "political win" and some "real substantive changes when it comes to intellectual property" in its ongoing trade war with China.
Mansoor Mohi-uddin of NatWest Markets expresses concern that the dollar-yuan could break the 7 mark before the end of 2018.
Investors would do well to avoid stocks of popular Japanese cosmetics companies amid a crackdown on Chinese visitors to Japan who would buy beauty products in bulk and re-sell them back home, according to one expert.