Will Asia Catch Back Up in 2022?

It was a disappointing year for Asian equities. Here's what to look for this year.

China Tightens Loophole for Companies Listing Abroad

With new rules on 'Negative List' companies and for VIE-type structures, China is restricting investment while also stipulating it's permissible.

Highlighting These 10 Pandemic-Tech Plays in Japan

The Japanese equity market has underperformed this year but looks set to star in 2022. Watch these 10 stocks for strong tech- and Covid-linked gains.

SenseTime Tries Again With IPO But Bars U.S. Investors

The Artificial Intelligence company SenseTime, judged part of the Chinese military complex, will try again with its US$767 million listing in Hong Kong.

Asian Markets Sink in Synchronicity to Test One-Year Lows

With Chinese tech stocks selling off and inflation worrying even the Bank of Japan, there are multiple Asia-specific reasons for the decline.

Hong Kong Stocks Stagger Into 2022 as World's Worst Performer

Hong Kong's market is the worst performer globally among major stock markets, beaten down by exposure to U.S.-listed companies, and with the city oppressed.

AI Developer SenseTime Pulls Stock Sale Due to U.S. Sanctions

The Hong Kong-based company SenseTime protests its inclusion on a U.S. sanctions list for supplying AI software to the Chinese surveillance state.

Black Clouds Gather as Evergrande Is Labeled in Default for First Time

Chinese property developers Evergrande and Kaisa are not responding to creditors, who say they haven't received principal and interest they're due.

Weibo Shares Fall as Twitter Equivalent Debuts in Hong Kong Market

After its parent, Sina Corp., delisted in New York, Weibo could be next now that its stock has established a Chinese presence.

Evergrande Warns on Debt as Smaller Developer Sunshine Defaults

The spotlight is back on Evergrande after it filed a stock-exchange notice that it may not be able to keep up with its debt obligations.