Gloomy Manufacturing Picture Sends Asian Stocks South

Only India, Indonesia and the Philippines are seeing a rise in factory output, which new figures show is declining in Japan, China and Asia's chipmaking nations.

Baidu Was Biding Its Time but Now Seems Poised to Move Higher

The charts of the Chinese search engine company have turned bullish in the last few months.

Time for Profit-Taking? China Addresses Demand, Wilson Says Uncle, Trading Deere

No, Mike Wilson was not wrong about corporate performance, he simply misjudged the marketplace, which is easy to do.

This Indian Company May Be Worth the Single-Stock Risk

Indian IT outsourcing providers face a challenging macro environment, but this one currently offers a bargain route into its shares.

China's Economy Improves Over Weak Year-Ago Pace but Misses Mark

Chinese stocks sank after growth for the second quarter came in much lower than expected.

Southeast Asia Risks 'Cold War in Hot Places' Amid Tension Between East and West

Both the United States and China are delivering their visions of the world to a forum of Southeast Asian nations.

Aside From the Intrigue in Russia, It's All About the Economy

From China to Europe to even the U.S., the latest economic data seem to be tilting to the weaker side.

Is India the Next China?

With Elon Musk and Mark Mobius salivating over the enormous Indian market, it could be time for the world's most-populous nation to shine.

Buoyed by the BOJ, Tokyo Market Enjoys Best Run in a Decade

With the central Bank of Japan today maintaining the era of easy money, Japan's stock market is extending its best run since Shinzo Abe's election.

Why Isn't Shell Giving Us Any Clear Technical Signals?

Let's delve into the charts and indicators.