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.