"They don't quite get how to work with these markets, don't know what they're doing"
Chinese factories slow down significantly Wall Street plunged Tuesday after investors feared weak data from China, the world's second-largest economy, would lead to a global recession.
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The slump that dragged the Standard & Poor's 500 Index to its worst month since 2012 is set to worsen, U.S. futures indicate, amid continuing concerns about the impact of China's slowdown on the global economy.
China has unveiled a slew of "confessions" from brokers and journalists as authorities struggled to contain the biggest stock market sell-off since 2008.
Measures being discussed before President Xi visits U.S. Potential actions would target other countries besides China
Options traders have never been so pessimistic on China's stock market, betting the government's renewed effort to prop up share prices is doomed to fail.
DALLAS: US Census Bureau research shows immigrants from China and India, many with student or work visas, have overtaken Mexicans as the largest groups coming into the US.
My father, a New York financier, used to call dubious stocks or bonds, "Chinese paper." Last week, we saw a blizzard of Chinese paper, both in China and around the world.
One narrative we've pushed quite hard this week is the idea that China's persistent FX interventions in support of the yuan are costing the PBoC dearly in terms of reserves.
Xi just changed the rules of the game in China -- and that makes things scarier for everyone