BABA, which is applying for a joint primary listing in Hong Kong just in case, says it will 'strive' to retain its U.S. stock listing.
A financially disastrous and embarrassing attack on the tech sector looks to be ending in China, with DiDi Global penalized for data-protection violations.
With interest in living in mainland China and Hong Kong plunging, other Asian destinations are drawing away expatriate talent.
Homebuyers are refusing to honor their mortgages in a movement that is snowballing in China, causing a headache for developers and mortgage-issuing banks.
With share prices having corrected sharply, companies such as TSMC and Samsung are now refusing to move lower, and even showing signs of a rebound.
The world's second-largest economy has been recovering since mid-May. But that progress is tentative, and is currently being set back by a quadrupling in Covid case counts.
Japan's longest-serving leader was assassinated Friday. His 'Abenomics' revived Japan's economy.
With the yen testing ¥137 and stubbornly staying above ¥135 to the U.S. dollar, Japanese exporters will benefit from a currency-exchange boon to the bottom line.
Just don't call it a handover - Chinese President Xi Jinping has been on a whistle-stop tour of Hong Kong, which we're now told never belonged to the British.
Naspers and its investment-holding company Prosus will sell down their Tencent stake and buy their own shares, with both companies trading at big discounts to NAV.