China Names a New Stock Regulator in a Bid to Soothe Markets
By Elaine Kurtenbach
Wu Qing, a former chair of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with a reputation for being tough on market misbehavior, is the new head of the China Securities Regulatory Commission.
Key Emerging Market Index Rejects Chinese Stock Inclusion
By Ankit Panda
In a setback for Chinese officials, MSCI won't be adding Chinese A shares to its key emerging markets index.
Renminbi Rising: Brave New Monetary World?
By Mercy A. Kuo and Angelica O. Tang
Insight from William Overholt
Is This Man Responsible for China’s Stock Market Crash?
By Shannon Tiezzi
A journalist detained by Chinese authorities is being held responsible for the "chaos" in China's stock market.
IPO Changes Imminent in China?
By James Parker
A weekend statement by the China Securities Regulatory Commission suggests that a reformed IPO market may soon reopen.