07/15/15 - 05:59 AM EDT
Mom and pop investors, often members of the vast new middle class, were eager not to miss out on a seemingly endless market rally. Then came the plunge.
07/13/15 - 11:48 AM EDT
Valuations that had soared into the double digits are naturally down, an immediate incentive to buy shares.
07/10/15 - 11:49 AM EDT
More curbs on margin trading will eventually calm China’s bear market while other relief measures pump money into it, pointing to long-term stability after a month-long fall.
07/06/15 - 10:55 AM EDT
“They’re throwing a lot of policy changes at the market, yet the market has not responded that well.” says Michael McGaughy, Yuan Asset Management
07/02/15 - 09:56 AM EDT
China's Communist government is largely taking a hands-off approach to the plunging stock market -- and that's making foreign investors even more nervous.
06/29/15 - 09:47 AM EDT
A dramatic fall in Chinese stocks over the past two weeks points to more than a technical correction, but investors hesitate to call it a sustained bear market.
06/25/15 - 10:13 AM EDT
Investors, particularly retailers from offshore, would face a list of risks including high valuations and the threat of a bubble market.
06/24/15 - 11:56 AM EDT
Although some see signs that the Chinese stock market bubble has burst, some experts suspect a particularly strong market correction fueled by regulatory issues.
06/19/15 - 09:53 AM EDT
Shares of Chinese companies traded in Hong Kong may eventually cost as much as A shares in mainland China, limiting odds of a long-term bargain.
06/11/15 - 10:55 AM EDT
Fast growth in China’s online gaming will increase business for U.S. tech firms too. Partnering with Chinese firms can ensure smooth market entry for companies like Sony and Microsoft.