Indonesian stocks have done poorly this year, but these nine stocks could rate attention if investors rediscover the market.
Indian state companies will cancel contracts with China after a deadly border clash, while a retired major tells consumers to throw out their Chinese goods.
In Japan investors have priced in earnings a full six months too soon, while in China the coronavirus stages a bit of a comeback.
Beijing demands support from companies in Hong Kong for its treason law if they want to keep doing business there and some big names are complying.
As the OECD builds second-wave pandemic modeling into its economic forecasts, small-cap action has been frothy and the market awaits Fed Chair Jerome Powell's press conference.
The Indonesian stock market has rallied sharply since May 20, and the rupiah is turbocharging Indonesian assets with an extra 15% kick. But is the country opening at exactly the wrong time?
NetEase is the second Chinese company to launch a secondary listing in Hong Kong. It is unlikely to be the last.
The market continues to rise despite numerous negative catalysts, while Zoom beat all earnings expectations and guided higher.
Scrutiny of overseas listings and corporate purchases by Chinese companies is set to intensify.
Hong Kong stocks are sharply higher on Monday, but any rally is likely to be brief.