Markets Ablaze, Ukraine Invasion, Neon Nightmare, What If? Gold and Silver

Thought the semiconductor shortage had already been severe? That's where the cards currently lie.

Markets Champion Alternative to More Marcos Rule in Philippines

'Bongbong' Marcos is the frontrunner heading toward presidential elections in the Philippines, but the private sector supports his rival.

Home Depot, Its Charts Already Weakening, Is Drilled After Earnings

It probably isn't the time to buy shares of the home improvement retailer.

Alibaba, Tencent Sites Added to U.S. 'Notorious Markets' List

Several of Asia's most-prominent e-commerce sites are enabling IP theft and fake-goods sales, according to the U.S. government.

Fashion Site Shein Looks Ready to Lead Chinese Return to Wall Street

The fast-fashion e-commerce operator is extending new roots into Singapore as Chinese companies try to work around restrictions on overseas listings.

Russia, Ukraine and What It Means for Your Portfolio

Why is the U.S. media far more focused on an imminent attack than the media in Europe?

Crown Enters End Game in A$8.9 Billion Sale to Blackstone

Australia's largest casino operator moves into final talks with Blackstone, and the board encourages investors to approve deal.

India Lays Plans to Take Government Insurer Public Via Largest-Ever IPO

The Life Insurance Corporation of India long held a monopoly on life insurance but will sell shares as part of the government's divestment plans.

Alibaba Jumps in Hong Kong as Softbank Denies Share Sale

China's leading e-commerce marketplace has seen its share price descend 60.1% off its highs.

Chinese Markets Back in Action After New Year's Respite

However, they come back to muted consumer spending, especially for housing.