China Sets Sail for a Brighter Future, but Will the Hang Seng Rise Alongside It?
China stocks look to capitalize on Beijing's big ambitions set forth in the Third Plenum, including an easing of the one-child policy.
2 World Markets to Watch and 1 to Avoid in 2014
The Nikkei has surged in 2013, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng has flopped. Which stock indexes and big markets will delight investors next year?
China's Economic Rebound Fuels the Hang Seng's Weeklong Gains
Yingli Green Energy and Trina Solar are two of China's growth companies looking for a steady economic foundation at home to build upon.
Will Beijing's Long-Term Approach Mean Big Gains for the Hang Seng?
SinoPec and PetroChina may be down for the year, but these two state-owned oil majors are situated in a strong position to capitalize on swelling Chinese oil demand.
Shanghai Lights Up Investor Hopes Despite the Hang Seng's Fall
International companies salivate over the prospect of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone.
China's Future in Flux for Investors
The Hang Seng has rebounded nicely in recent months, but can China and major Chinese stocks dig out of their slumps?
Will China's Corporate Crackdown Scare Off Investors?
The Hang Seng scored a big week, but this emerging-market star still faces tough hurdles
Can China Turn Around a Bleak Year for Investors?
Another down week from the Hang Seng has some wondering how long China's slump will last
China's Murky Business Climate Won't Clear Up Soon
The Hang Seng records a strong week, but with Beijing's price-fixing probes growing, can investors celebrate just yet?
Despite the Hang Seng's Fall, Signs of Hope Emerge for China Investors
Prices and retail sales jump in July, but China's not out of its slowdown troubles just yet