Chinese stocks broke a streak of downward pressure, but property developers face a troubled economy where 'only the fittest can survive.'
One-fifth of the Chinese population is under some form of movement restriction, effects that are yet to manifest in production and earnings.
Five Chinese megacities are restricting movement once again, with no end to the Covid business cycle in sight.
Securities regulators on both sides agreed to a framework for U.S. inspectors to scrutinize Chinese-company books. Will what reads well on paper function properly in practice?
Asian stocks are near two-year lows, faring worse this year than their U.S. and European counterparts, with further ground to give.
Hong Kong would become the fulcrum in a system to keep Chinese companies listed on U.S. markets.
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.
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.
The factors driving climate change are not easily quantified, or reflected in short-term market moves, though their long-term effects are pretty clear.
We soon will see how much bullish support there really is.