Ralph Jennings lived in Beijing for seven years as a writer, editor, student, teacher and consumer. Originally from Portland, Oregon, Jennings has covered financial markets in Asia since 2008. His news reports often examine markets from a macro-policy angle on behalf of individual traders as well as institutional investors. He currently lives in Taipei, where he covers general and financial news in East Asia and studies for a master's degree. He can be reached on Twitter at @Laowiseass, on LinkedIn at Ralph Jennings or on Google+ at Ralph Jennings.
Beijing’s official forecast of its slowest growth since 1990 points to weak traction for China's economic restructuring, but everyone’s at least used to it now.
Chinese share prices have been volatile, to say the least, but policymakers have ample incentives to moderate their swings.
A new model will bolster smartphone brand Xiaomi’s No. 1 spot in the China market, holding Apple back, but it may ultimately lose ground to other Android devices.
China is angling to get its 'A' shares included in a popular index, which would force some big ETFs and mutual funds to shift money into Chinese equities.
China’s relaxation of rules on historically restricted foreign investors reflects panic in Beijing about capital markets and slowing economic growth.
Little-known Android smartphone brand Oppo has displaced Samsung in China due to price and marketing. Does it have a future offshore?
Beijing’s effort to stoke liquidity ahead of a major public holiday bares concerns about defaults and deeper worries about a longer-term economic crisis.
Continued overproduction at state-owned companies despite poor demand is holding back China's efforts to reverse its slowing economic growth.
The departure of a Vietnamese leader who favors quick pro-investor reforms will help foreign funds simply by ending political gridlock that has stalled the market from opening.
Considering the recent implosion in Chinese stocks, the effort may resemble trying to buy insurance while your house is burning down.
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