The world's leading manufacturer of semiconductor chips is on many investors' minds these days.
Investors should pay attention to this trend in Hong Kong.
The U.S. Commerce Department's tough new rules on semiconductor supply promise to set back China's ambitions to develop its own chip industry.
Shein, the leading fashion-app download in the US, was valued at US$100B at its latest financing round, but faces a cut-price discount sale on its own shares.
The Hang Seng Index closed at an 11-year low, with losses in financials and tech, although piecemeal property measures out of Beijing temporarily boosted developers.
September has been a ragged time for mega-caps in particular, with Hong Kong and South Korea especially hard hit.
The charts of the iShares MSCI Brazil exchange-traded fund looks shaky.
The World Bank says other Asian nations that face risks to growth for now are buoyed by exports and higher commodity prices.
Hong Kong and Taiwan declare an end to the mandatory hotel quarantine, while Japan reopens to all travelers.
After the Australian fiscal year ended in June, the Reserve Bank of Australia marked its bond holdings to market - wiping out all its reserves.