Beijing scraps large-scale stock buying

Authorities to step up crackdown on those ‘destabilising’ market

China’s problem is the economy itself

A targeted pinprick approach is needed, not a vast stimulus, writes David Daokui Li

China sceptics taste bittersweet victory

Hedge funds hope to profit from falling currencies and commodities

People’s Daily bosses detained for bribery

China anti-graft crackdown nets executives at Beijing mouthpiece

China rally fails to erase loss for week

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

Worry about China’s politics, not the economics

In all the noise and debate, the stock market crash raises three big questions, writes Bill Emmott

Look at China’s politics not the economics

In all the noise and debate, the stock market crash raises three big questions

China detains 11 over Tianjin blast

Authorities under pressure to expose wrongdoing behind disaster

China’s policy failings challenge the Fed

Carefully orchestrated path for tighter policy is no longer consistent with stable financial markets

Shenzhen Goldman is China’s latest fake

Finance company brands itself with US investment bank’s name

Dalian Wanda buys Ironman triathlon group

China’s richest man bets $650m on country’s emerging middle class

China stocks stage late rally

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

China slowdown threatens Abenomics

Spillover effects will hurt Japan’s exports and war on deflation

China slide belies consumer market health

Nimble companies maintain profits as spending habits evolve

Wall Street rally ends six-day slide

Tech rebound drives biggest one-day S&P gain in almost four years

Republicans line up for potshots at China

Presidential hopefuls chide Beijing ahead of Xi’s Washington trip

Explainer: How China led the markets down

A visual summary of how the Dragon got here

Renminbi looms behind China easing

Aim of moves may have been to offset currency intervention costs

China turmoil boosts UK’s allure

‘[Uncertainty] makes case for more diversification by investors’

How to do business without western rules

A subtler form of influence is often wielded in Chinese companies

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