Australia Fires WTO Complaint Over Wine at China

Public perceptions of China are at an all-time low in Australia, while on trade the country is lodging its second WTO complaint over Chinese tariffs.

Hong Kong's Last Pro-Democracy Newspaper Faces Extinction

The influential Apple Daily would have to shut down its operations this Friday if its accounts remain frozen.

Hong Kong Charges 2 at Pro-Democracy Newspaper With Foreign 'Collusion'

Authorities raided Apple Daily and arrested five top executives. Trading in Next Digital is suspended, but the stock may leap.

Sponsors Count the Cost of Supporting the Tokyo Olympics

Big-money backers calculate how vocal to make their support for the Summer Games, which some surveys show are unpopular with the Japanese public.

Chinese Ride-Sharing Leader Didi Chuxing Prepares for Year's Largest Listing

The IPO is likely to be the largest in the United States this year and would give investors access to the world's largest 'mobility market.'

Biogen's Japanese Partner on Alzheimer's Drug Set for Gains

Eisai is working on another promising drug candidate to combat Alzheimer's disease, and will benefit from a split of the profits for Aduhelm.

China Launches Its First REITs, or Does It?

There are 9 new listings in Shanghai and Shenzhen that are 'REITs with Chinese characteristics.'

Biden Expands U.S. Investor Ban to China's Surveillance Tech

U.S. investors will be barred from trading the securities of 59 Chinese companies in a new executive order.

The Chasm Between Valuation and Reality in Indian Equities

The world's worst wave of infection is subsiding in India but it hardly seems justified that stocks have risen to all-time highs.

Are Chinese Shares Set for a Bull Run?

Last year's top-performing stock market worldwide has been a disappointment since setting an all-time high in February. Could it have just turned?