China rally fails to erase loss for week

Shanghai gains 4.8% on Friday but still down nearly 8% for week

Watching and waiting at the Federal Reserve

The central bank should keep interest rates on hold next month

A man walks past a post office in Tokyo, Thursday 6 July 2006. Japan Post and Rakuten Inc., operator of a major virtual shopping mall, plan to jointly enter the Internet auction business, sources close to the matter said Thursday. Starting in September, the state-run postal firm's Yu-Pack parcel service will be used to deliver goods bought via an auction system that allows both buyers and sellers to remain anonymous.
Japan Post hopes the partnership will boost its Yu-Pack business.

Japan Post eyes freebies for IPO delivery

Brokers fret over how to make a very heavy package appealing

China stocks stage late rally

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

China launches probes into brokerages

Authorities in fresh crackdown on market malpractice

China equities sink despite PBoC rate cut

Fresh easing measures fail to stem market decline

China cuts rates and pumps in liquidity

US markets give up gains after another day of turmoil

Stocks slide as China worries escalate

Dollar tumbles and Treasury yields slip

History lessons ruffled by quirky indices

Simple errors have largely been eliminated but oddities remain

Corporate Japan should open up more

Appointing foreigners means extra scrutiny for Japanese companies, writes Barbara Judge

China market distress echoes taper tantrum

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

Stocks plunge as China worries intensify

Dow and Nasdaq enter correction territory

China hardly ideal model for markets

Good example of misleading pricing is in the Asian country

Shanghai Composite holds 3,500

Index remains above level seen as unofficial floor

EM rout spreads to Korea and Japan markets

Falls come after overnight sell-offs in US and Europe

Q&A: How volatile are China’s markets?

Fresh decline in stocks vies with fears over renminbi devaluation

China technocrats are accident-prone, too

As long as the economy is as the party wishes, it turns a blind eye to risk, writes Michael Schuman

China shares end erratic session with gains

Shanghai and Shenzhen reverse steep losses as volatility returns in force

China stocks tumble 6% as rally falters

Latest rout casts doubt on state efforts to restore confidence

Stocks struggle at end of volatile week

Mood calms as Beijing halts renminbi fall