The Lazarus-like rebirth of the property developer Kaisa shows how fickle Chinese financial statements, and financial markets, are.
Hong Kong's record-breaking property market is at levels that are virtually triple the lows seen during the Lehman bust. Mainland property companies still think they're a bargain.
In terms of household expenditures, age usually dictates where consumer dollars are spent and for what goods and services.
They have faster growth prospects and sell for slightly cheaper valuations, as well.
Choosing what sectors to underweight is as important as choosing what stocks to place in your portfolio.
Rising wages and a push to spur consumption have made China less attractive as a production site. Manufacturers are looking South and East as a result, as investors should note.
A merger deal involving a majority-owned subsidiary conjures up thoughts of possible sales of other significant assets.
The technicals point to big upside in these four stocks.
Stocks move higher to begin the week, boosted by gains in the energy and consumer goods sector.
One of the best things about Chatham, other than its nearly 7% yield, is its management team.