Donald Trump’s threats to ramp up his trade war have provided a nasty shock to China’s economy and stockmarkets.
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MSCI’s decision to include Chinese “A-shares” in its emerging market index shines a fascinating light on the passive vs active investing debate, days Merryn Somerset Webb.
You wouldn’t think a Chinese chemical maker and a talking tom cat would have much in common. And you’d be right.
Amazon, Google and Facebook aren’t the only winners in ecommerce and online media – savvy investors should also buy China’s big four to maximise gains, says Rupert Foster.
Emerging markets had a good 2016, says Andrew Van Sickle. But what does next year hold?
I don’t believe in the Great Men theory of history, says Rupert Foster. But all China’s latest great man has to do to succeed is keep calm and carry on…
After the political upheavals of 2016, a period of profound social and economic change is upon us. John Stepek looks at the big trends investors must be ready for next year.
A surge in demand for peanuts in China is outstripping supply from the top exporter Argentina, sending the price of the legumes soaring.
Index provider MSCI’s admittance of China’s domestic stockmarket into its emerging-market indices would be a small but symbolic move.
A peaceful, slumbering dragon? Think again, economist and commentator George Magnus tells Merryn Somerset Webb.
If you’re planning to invest in China, it’s useful to understand that there are two classes of shares: “A” shares and “H” shares. Sarah Moore explains the difference.