After a savaging this year, the Hong Kong stock market shot higher as a top official said China is ready to support capital markets.
The Nasdaq Composite suffered a 'death cross' back in mid-February and what happened after that is now clear to see.
It is highly likely markets are heavily underestimating second- and third-order effects from Russia's invasion and the world's response to it.
Alibaba, JD.com and Meituan post double-digit percentages losses as Hong Kong's high COVID death rate and a Shenzhen shutdown hit home.
The news tends to be the worst at the bottom and we need to focus on the price action.
Chinese stocks slide as the securities watchdog publishes a list of five U.S.-listed Chinese companies that are noncompliant with their accounting.
The presidential race in South Korea is a dead heat entering today's voting, with the conservative Yoon vs. the "Korean Bernie Sanders" Lee.
Premier Li Keqiang stresses stability and the importance of 100 million 'market entities,' even as Beijing keeps up its regulatory assault on the private sector.
Market indexes across Asia sunk on word of a fire breaking out at Europe's largest nuclear power plant.
Beijing has so far sat on the fence when it comes to what it calls the Ukraine 'situation', not befitting its status as a superpower.