01/21/16 - 08:58 AM EST
If China allows the yuan to weaken, as it's doing now, that helps manufacturers maximize profits from exports. But a weaker currency makes the cratering stock market even less attractive.
01/19/16 - 09:36 AM EST
These pros point out that China is steering its economy away from high-cost factory work and toward more sustainable things like consumption, tech and private investment.
01/14/16 - 10:27 AM EST
The intervention will cause volatility that ripples into markets from New York to Taipei because the Chinese economy is linked to just about everyone else's.
01/09/16 - 10:20 AM EST
Hollywood studios will compete best in the lucrative China cinema market by releasing 3-D films and anything with special effects -- two advantages over their Chinese peers.
01/07/16 - 10:48 AM EST
As its stock market continues to crater, causing massive selloffs in global markets, Beijing seems to be fumbling for a solution to yet another financial meltdown.
12/31/15 - 09:44 AM EST
Foreign defense contractors might dodge a few bullets to enter China’s military-industrial complex but will eventually find an inroad.
12/29/15 - 10:39 AM EST
An awkward transition for China’s all-important economy, a possible new round of currency devaluation and lingering issues behind a share price rout in mid-2015 will keep share prices volatile.
12/24/15 - 09:15 AM EST
The flight of Chinese portfolio managers this year after massive share price losses and amid a criminal crackdown may erode foreign investor confidence.
12/23/15 - 06:10 AM EST
Farewells to U.S. stock exchanges will help Chinese firms prosper at home but erode investor access to the world’s largest economy.
12/20/15 - 04:20 PM EST
Chinese authorities will tap green energy firms, particularly the ones at home, and get tougher on companies that aggravate air pollution.