China sceptics taste bittersweet victory

Hedge funds hope to profit from falling currencies and commodities

China stocks stage late rally

Surge ends five-day losing streak that wiped out trillions of dollars

Republicans line up for potshots at China

Presidential hopefuls chide Beijing ahead of Xi’s Washington trip

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Explainer: How China led the markets down

A visual summary of how the Dragon got here

China’s policies leave the world reeling

The sense of panic is exacerbated by mixed messages — take the exchange rate

Renminbi looms behind China easing

Aim of moves may have been to offset currency intervention costs

China cuts rates and pumps in liquidity

US markets give up gains after another day of turmoil

How to do business without western rules

Subtler forms of influence are often needed for Chinese companies, writes Tim Clissold

Li’s future questioned amid China turmoil

Premier could take fall if Beijing needs scapegoat, say analysts

China cuts rates to boost slowing economy

Central bank to lower reserve requirement ratio for banks

Raise rates to protect financial system

Monetary policy cannot just react to latest inflation data

Black Monday highlights Beijing’s choices

Stock market turmoil is a reminder of the delicate path the world is on

Concern as China turmoil lifts euro

If Fed delays rate rise, pressure on euro could escalate as investors seek havens, say analysts

China market distress echoes taper tantrum

Global sell-off intensifies as Beijing’s rescue measures fade

Weak China data spark global stocks slide

Commodity producers hit as slowdown ripples through markets

China export woes mirrored across Asia

Weaker renminbi of little help amid lacklustre global demand

China technocrats are accident-prone, too

If economy is as the party wishes, it turns a blind eye to risk

Renminbi’s global reserve status delayed

Fund says any decision this year to include renminbi in SDR basket would take effect next September

China shares end erratic session with gains

Shanghai and Shenzhen reverse steep falls as volatility prevails

Currencies lose firepower as trade weapon

Global integration reduces effect of exchange rates on exports


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