Hong Kong Faces a Year of Hardship, If History Has Its Say

There have been market crashes going back four decades for years ending in "7." Will late 2017 see the Hong Kong property and stock markets crash?

Relax, the Bank of England Simply Cannot Hike Interest Rates

If the central bank raises interest rates too sharply, the housing market would crash.

Midday Report: Finish Line's Surprise Drop in Same-Store Sales; Stocks Higher

Wall Street held slightly to modestly higher as crude oil recovered a level above $43 a barrel.

Oil Prices are on Track for the Worst First Half of the Year Since 1997

Oil prices are down as investors are skeptical that OPEC can control prices like it once did.

A Perpetual Option With a Huge Yield

Mall operator DDR is seeing lots of insider buying.

A Profitable Play on Southeast Asia's Convenience Stores

Convenience-store chains are booming as Southeast Asia gets richer and more urban. Looking at sales from services rather than goods is a smart investment play on the sector.

Watch Australia's Property Sector for Clues of Global Slowdown

Look at what the Reserve Bank of Australia will do for a blueprint of what could be coming at a central bank near you.

Retailers Boost European Regional Benchmarks

European stocks opened firmly higher Monday as investors draw optimism from some blockbuster merger deals last week

U.K. House Asking Prices Just Declined for the First Time Since 2009

Asking prices for houses in the U.K. dropped 0.4% in June, following a 1.2% rise the previous month.

Wake Up Wall Street: Britain Begins Brexit Negotiations

Britain Begins Brexit Negotiations