A sharp sell-off in the Shanghai composite before the Chinese New Year provides a clean slate for a rebound after the holiday.
Chinese stock markets are seeing cause for some optimism despite recent stumbles.
The trend is bullish despite a pause for the Shanghai Composite index, technical analyst Daryl Guppy says.
No one seems to know why state-owned small-cap Luoyang Glass has surged 34% in August on the Shanghai Exchange, Sophia Yan reports.
China's newly-launched bond connect won't outshine Chinese equity markets, where IPO activity has been "booming," consultancy EY said.
Several of China’s largest overseas asset buyers are being placed under scrutiny, amid a government crackdown on money laundering.
CNBC's Sophia Yan speaks about Citic Securities, Guosen Securities and Haitong Securities, who in total have been fined nearly half a billion renminbi by Chinese regulators.
When asked about volatile Chinese stock markets, investing legend Warren Buffett said Saturday they sometimes resemble a "casino."
The Shanghai Index consolidation retest of the uptrend was stronger than expected.
A Shanghai-based directory for online shopping is considering an initial public offering on China's A-shares market, the SCMP reports.
Investors around the world are predicting a number of calamitous downturns for China’s economy, experts from Morgan Stanley are making the opposite call.
The strong Shanghai Index rally suggests they believe Trump is a paper tiger.
Goldman Sachs identifies Chinese and Hong Kong themes for investors to capitalize on before the year-end.
Investors are waiting for market catalysts such as policies that boost capital flows, says Huarong Intl Securities' Jackson Wong.
The problems that led to the Chinese stock market sell-off one year ago have not gone away, says independent economist Andy Xie.
There's been a gradual recovery in Chinese markets since their nadir on August 24 last year, says Macquarie's Erwin Sanft.
China plans to open its Shenzhen stock market for foreign investors, but it wasn't clear it would see more traffic than Shanghai's lackluster one.
The Hong Kong-Shenzhen stock connect is a positive but there're still a number of problems to solve, says Fraser Howie, an independent analyst.
The Hong Kong-Shenzhen stock connect increases the probability of MSCI A-share inclusion, possibly by the end of this year, says HSBC's Steven Sun.
Fundamentals remain weak but low valuations and a stable renminbi could spark some upside, notes Alexander Lee of DBS Vickers Securities.