Calling Foul Play as China Injects Liquidity Into Open Market

The good old days when investing was about studying the balance sheets and fundamental earnings trends is long gone.

Is the Fed Making Matters Worse With Plan to Buy Treasuries?

There are a multitude of issues that can take the markets down, even as the Fed FOMC meeting approaches.

Asia Pacific's Top-Performing Market Is a Kiwi Surprise

New Zealand is the top-performing stock market in the Asia Pacific region and provides a hideaway if equities continue to sink.

Why Anti-Mask Law in Hong Kong Should Terrify Overseas Investors

Hong Kongers are moving their money offshore, fast, as the unpopular Lam administration digs deeper into its foxhole by deploying a colonial-era emergency ordinance.

Are Trump and Xi Jinping Playing 3D Chess?

Both sides are meeting to make a deal, but do not yet meet eye to eye on the main issues.

Potential Ways the U.S. Could Target Chinese Listings

The White House has issued assurances that it is not about to delist Chinese companies from U.S. markets, but it wouldn't be a stretch to see state-owned enterprises come under fire.

Australia's Foreign Investment Tolerance Tested Again by Chinese Influence

With Aussie assets up for grabs in touchy industries such as oil and civil engineering, and an agricultural deal in the works, the Australian government faces tough decisions over whether to approval sales to state-owned Chinese buyers.

Oil Supply, Saudi Attacks, Fed Rate Cuts and Netflix: Market Recon

The U.S. economy may see a real lift-off in consumer prices due to higher energy prices, even if certain sectors stand to benefit greatly -- as might the trade deficit.

Jim Cramer: Here Are the Real Winners and Losers From the Saudi Oil Attacks

Algorithmic traders, along with the Chinese and the Saudis, will feel the outcome of the oil attacks.

Are We Approaching a Minsky Moment?

A Minsky moment is when excessive speculation leads to excessive demand for credit and excessive leverage.