Listed on Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges
Significant discounts emerging
Japan favourable to China
Past the RMB7 per dollar mark
Country's growth story remains intact
Analysts in bullish mood
'Symbolic of a deeper Anglo-Sino economic relationship'
Joining Shanghai and Hong Kong offices
Diversifying client base in UK
UK tourism industry continues to suffer
Brewer SABMiller soars 20%
Japan's index sees biggest daily rise since 2008
New landscape for businesses
Fund managers have warned the Chinese government's latest intervention to halt a stock market rout will not be enough to prevent a noticeable slowdown for the world's second largest economy, with huge repercussions for global growth.
The FTSE 100 has moved higher despite Chinese stocks plunging another 6% today amid "panic sentiment" and many companies deciding to suspend their shares.
Chinese funds saw the largest weekly inflows since 2008 this week, with hot money flowing into Chinese A-shares ETFs, before the 6.5% correction seen in the market yesterday.
Chinese mainland shares have plummeted 6.5% as investors took profits, as a fresh squeeze on margin financing was blamed for the latest blip in the country's fierce equity rally.
Ruffer's Hamish Baillie and Steve Russell have said Chinese equity markets could soar further as the Hong Kong-Shanghai Stock Connect continues to boost sentiment and trading volumes.
There is no longer any value in the Chinese A-shares market, according to EFG Asset Management's China fund manager Mansfield Mok.
Xavier Hovasse, manager of Carmignac's Emerging Discovery fund, takes a closer look at opportunities for investors in China and India.
Haiyan Li-Labbé, greater China analyst at Carmignac Gestion, highlights the many drivers that could eradicate the differences in price between local and overseas-listed Chinese companies in 2015
AXA Investment Managers has launched an investment strategy allocating to small- and mid-cap Chinese A-shares in an effort gain exposure to an untapped area of the market.
The Shanghai stock market rebounded while the Japanese yen strengthened against the US dollar on the news the Bank of Japan will keep its asset buying programme unchanged.
The real estate benefits of ultra-loose monetary policy