Donald Trump’s threats to ramp up his trade war have provided a nasty shock to China’s economy and stockmarkets.
China's stockmarket crash
Britain and China are making all the right noises. But as Rupert Foster explains, they’re setting themselves up for disappointment.
Everybody else is courting China, says Merryn Somerset Webb. So why shouldn’t we?
China’s economy is worse than its government admits. But that doesn’t mean you should avoid it, says John Stepek. In fact, now might be a good time to buy in.
Worries over Asian markets are receding, says Andrew Van Sickle. Now could be the time for long-term investors to buy in.
Investors are running scared of emerging markets following China’s stockmarket plunge. But as Matthew Partridge explains, it’s worth hanging on to your funds.
Plunging Chinese stocks have sent shockwaves around the world. Andrew Van Sickle looks at what that means for your money.
Dr Peter Frankopan looks at China’s devaluation of the yuan, and asks if the lessons of the 15th-century Ming empire hold any clues for the future.
China’s stockmarket has taken a battering, and the panic is starting to spread across the globe. But it’s only a matter of time before central banks step in, says John Stepek.
The renminbi has dropped and markets are jittery – but a great long-term buying opportunity for Chinese equities lies ahead, says Rupert Foster.
Last Monday, the stockmarket in China fell by 8.5%, its worst day since early 2007, and second-worst percentage drop ever.