To say the year so far has been a wild one for Chinese stocks would be an understatement. After rallying more than 50% between the end of 2014 and mid-June, Chinese stocks finally had the rug got pulled out from underneath them.
rates Kent Thune: With the Federal Reserve prepared to potentially raise interest rates as early as later this year, fixed-income investors have grown increasingly nervous and are now looking for the best way to protect against interest rate risk.
BOSTON (MarketWatch) -- Exchange-traded funds to gain exposure to China and Asia's emerging economies could make sense for some investors, if they're ready for bumpy markets that have recently endured violent boom-and-bust cycles, Japan's lost ...
Wednesday has been a rip-roaring day for Chinese stocks, with the iShares China Large-Cap ETF (NYSEARCA:FXI) up more than 6% at midday, and the Guggenheim China Small Cap ETF (NYSEARCA:HAO) up more than 10%.