Dramatic falls in Chinese equity markets have caught the headlines again early in 2016, as the bubble in Chinese domestic equities continues to deflate.
For first time since 2011
Long term implications of shaky start to 2016
Follows China growth figures and UK inflation
Focused on the 'big three' tech giants
Are economic indicators suggesting that Asia can weather the world’s deflationary forces?
Mark Robinson, chief investment officer of Bordier (UK), explains why despite the slowdown in China, the backdrop still looks reasonably favourable for many countries.
Did not expect the RMB to hold up
Credit team warns of repeat of Lehman crisis
Allianz GI's strategist shares his view
Volatility set to stay around the globe
With the US entering a new rate cycle and global growth still weak, industry experts at Investment Week's recent Funds To Watch event reveal how they think markets will perform in the coming 12 months, and where the key opportunities and risks lie.
Asian markets at four-year low
Dow Jones and Nasdaq suffer falls
Following China market falls
Chinese trading suspended twice this week
The Paris Climate Agreement, struck last month, changes the lens through which governments, companies and investors view the future. Bruce Jenkyn-Jones, head of listed equities at Impax Asset Management, analyses the agreement's impact on investment.
Volatile week for index
FTSE down below 6,000
Shanghai index down 7% on Monday
Fallers also included retailer Next
Investors had to negotiate challenging times in 2015, but which sectors were the ones to back, and where was best avoided?
Shanghai Composite index plummets 7%
Trading on China's Shanghai Composite index was halted in the first session of 2016 after shares plunged 7%.