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How China's 'Casino Mentality' Fueled the Stock Market Frenzy

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.

China’s Stock Rally Continues as Foreigners Jump Back In

Valuations that had soared into the double digits are naturally down, an immediate incentive to buy shares.

China May Have Figured Out How to Tame Its Unruly Stock Market

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.

China Halts the Free Fall in Stocks, but for How Long?

“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

What's China Doing About Stock Market Selloff? Not Much

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.

Selloff in China Stocks Pushes Investors Into a Grin-and-Bear Market

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.

China’s New Stock Exchange Might Help Companies but What about Investors?

Investors, particularly retailers from offshore, would face a list of risks including high valuations and the threat of a bubble market.

Chinese Stock Market's Dizzying Fall Likely Not the End of the Bull Market

Although some see signs that the Chinese stock market bubble has burst, some experts suspect a particularly strong market correction fueled by regulatory issues.

Chinese Stocks Are Cheaper in Hong Kong, but Not for Long

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.

China's Online Gaming Market Explodes -- Here's Who Benefits

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.

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