Ray Dalio says the Trump administration may be "inching toward bigger moves" in its tit-for-tat trade hostilities against China, amid reports of limiting capital flows to Beijing.
U.S.-China trade talks hit a snag as the White House weighed limiting U.S. investments in China, which would be an "unmitigated disaster" if it came to pass, says Yale's Stephen Roach.
Stephen Schwarzman, the billionaire co-founder of investment powerhouse Blackstone, said that China knows it must change its trade and business practices but it's reluctant to do so because of the spoils it's reaped by protecting its economy.
The fight to get Federal pension funds out of China is on as more U.S. pension money is mandated into China's stock market. Some in Washington DC see a chance of making sure Fed employee pensions never go in there.
As the Sino-U.S. trade war drags on, Beijing is throwing its door wide open to foreign investors as concerns grow over declining exports, capital flight and persistent yuan weakness.
Star Market, which allows pre-profit companies to list in China for the first time, gives venture capitalists a new way to exit investments in loss-making start-ups. The sharp deterioration of the China-U.S. relationship has also nudged more Chinese companies to list at home.
The U.S. government's top counterintelligence official has a stark warning for visitors to China: The Chinese government can spy on your smartphones, tablets, and computers.
The growing tension between China and the U.S. over trade and technological dominance is shining a spotlight on the billions of dollars that U.S. pension funds and college endowments have channeled into Chinese technology companies in search of investment returns.
Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings is looking to increase its bets on Indian technology companies, at a time when its home market is seeing a slowdown in venture capital investments.
Chinese startups continue to weather tough times as private investors, caught in a cash crunch, are concentrating money into fewer deals.