Look to These 6 Plays as Japan Resumes Nuclear Power

Japan's PM says his country should get back in the nuclear power generation game - a necessary step for greener energy and power self-sufficiency.

China's Worst Heatwave Hits Production, Even for 'Green' Stocks

The demand for A/C in places like Chengdu and Chongqing is causing the authorities to curb electricity supply to green-energy firms, solar-panel makers and more.

Heatwaves Leave Little Doubt We Must Seek Climate Investment Plays

The factors driving climate change are not easily quantified, or reflected in short-term market moves, though their long-term effects are pretty clear.

Corrective Action Is Developing and Is Putting Bulls to the Test

We soon will see how much bullish support there really is.

Japan Rises Above Pre-Covid Levels, Set for 3 Years of Growth

The tortoise of Japan may be far behind the hare in the West, but Tokyo is pacing itself for steady multiyear growth.

2 Big-Name, Single-Stock ETFs With a Foreign Twist Could Be on the Horizon

The potential offerings from Roundhill aren't geared solely to the retail investor but also could interest smaller institutions and other ETF issuers.

The Pendulum Swings Back, but Don't Look for Things to Stabilize

It could swing past the point where things look normal or OK to a point where things look bad again.

So, Just How Bad Is China Right Now, Really?

Its economy isn't as robust as thought and its housing market is under duress.

End to China's Recovery Shows Policymakers 'Care About Growth, Just Not Much'

Poor July numbers erase hopes of a strong second half to the year, where lockdowns and the 'zero-Covid' policy have undermined confidence and activity.

Delisting of Chinese ADRs Is Part of the New Cold War

The process of dealing with a delisted stock is painful for individual investors and impossible for many institutional investors.