More Excuses for Corrective Action, but Dip Buyers Remain Confident

Coronavirus scare in Asia is causing pressure, but U.S. markets refuse to embrace negativity.

Fears of Coronavirus Could Make Market Selloff a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

All stocks related to global economic growth, especially China, will get hit as expected demand is perceived to be hit.

The Week Ahead: Davos, Impeachment, PMI and 25 Key Earnings Reports to Watch

Almost 200 companies are slated to report quarterly results, including 43 S&P 500 constituents.

China Adds Economy the Size of Mexico

China's economy has broken past the $14 trillion barrier, two-thirds the size of the United States. But population and output increases are at decades-long lows.

Phase 1 Trade Deal Done, Now What's Left to Tweet About?

The trade deal is done, with many loopholes, and Phase 2 won't proceed until after the election, so all eyes are now on the Fed FOMC meeting at the end of January.

China Eases Relations With Seoul as U.S. Deal Awaits

Beijing appears to have eased up on its ban on tour groups and individual travel to South Korea. Watch Korean consumer stocks in 2020 if that continues.

Taiwan Takes to Presidential Polls With Stocks Near All-Time High

The Taiwan stock market has peaked in the spring three times only to suffer a huge selloff. Can it continue its 31% run after presidential elections on Saturday?

Not for the Faint of Heart: Alibaba Could Pass the $300 Area in the Months Ahead

Can we count on the recent uptrend to continue?

Japanese and Thai Stocks Take Iran Missile Hit

Markets in Thailand and Tokyo were the main losers on Wednesday, though Asian investors in general appear reassured the worst is over with Iran.

Jim Cramer: Core Labs' Dividend Cut Shows Oil Markets Are Not Recovering

Drilling is not picking up, despite the rising geopolitical tensions.