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Bye Bye Bitcoin?

Thursday's actions by the U.S. on Russia highlight how crypto makes it much easier for despots to avoid the impact of sanctions.

Will Jack Ma Have to Sell Out of Ant and Alibaba?

Ant and Alibaba are in talks with Chinese regulators about how the companies can proceed, perhaps without their figurehead.

China's Economy, Retail Sales, Helicopter Money, Walmart's Autonomous Vehicles

The 'organic' economy has to take over at some point, and at that point, at least in theory, demand for credit should accelerate.

China's Economy Surges 18.3% as Communist Narrative Gets Back on Track

China's national economy has had a 'good start,' according to the statistics bureau, posting unprecedented growth that brings it back to pre-pandemic levels.

Jim Cramer: Tensions Between the U.S. and China Continue to Rise

I see no path to improve relations and many to make things even hotter.

Alibaba Shares Leap in Hong Kong After Record $2.8 Billion Fine

The completion of an antitrust investigation into China's dominant online marketplace removes a significant overhang from the stock.

Wynn Resorts Is Pointed Up - Here's Our Technical Strategy

Let's review the charts and indicators.

Why Beyond Meat Shares Are Not for Everyone

The stock is ideal for an investor looking to add some speculation to a portfolio lacking such a product.

Jim Cramer: Jamie Dimon Throws Down the Gauntlet

I find his comments about China the most compelling after his salvo about racial equality.

Nio's Charts Suggest Further Declines Ahead

The level for the bulls to defend is the $35 area.

Investors to Suffer as Company Director Details Obscured in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong government wants to change public-record rules in a way that encourages fraud and abuse.

Nike's Charts Are Still Pointed Lower

Continue to avoid the long side.

Chinese Tech Stocks Sell Off After 'Missed' Archegos Margin Calls

Nomura, Credit Suisse warn profits will take a hit after a client - reportedly Archegos Capital Management - missed margin payments.

What Is the Bloomberg Commodity Index Telling Us?

Commodities are all about whether they are in surplus or deficit given the demand/supply projections. Choose wisely.

Chinese Sportswear Brands Benefit from Nike, Adidas Pain

Sudden internet anger over months-old comments about Xinjiang cotton benefits Chinese apparel makers.

Have I Been Given a Dodgy Pfizer Shot in Hong Kong?

Lies, damn lies, and statistics in the vaccine age, as Hong Kong and Macau stop administering the Pfizer/BioNTech drug.

Crown Shares Soar on Blackstone Bid for Aussie Casino Operator

Despite a damning report that Crown shouldn't get a license for a new casino in Sydney, BX wants to buy them for A$8 billion.

U.S. Sanctions 24 Chinese and Hong Kong Officials Over Civic Rights

This comes immediately prior to the first high-level meeting between U.S. and Chinese officials.

I'm Seeing Some Good Signals With SOS

After the attacks on SOS Ltd, it's now trading with the crypto group, which is a positive. Here's how to play it now.

Vaccine Skepticism May Hold Back Asian Recovery

Getting international travel and commerce back on track may hinge on vaccine acceptance.

European Union Urged to Vote Down China Trade Deal

Hong Kong activists want Europe's parliament to vote down a trade deal rushed through before Biden took office.

A Fresh Look at the Charts of JD.com

There's no rush to be a buyer.

Tesla Rocks Again, and Here's How to Play It

Tesla had a great month of February... in China.

Hong Kong Flagship Cathay Pacific Burns Cash to Post Record Loss

With flight crews spending a couple weeks in quarantine each time they fly, the airline holds out hope the Chinese "vaccine passport" experiment works.

Chinese Tech Stocks Sell Off Hard as Beijing Pulls Away Punch

The index of major Chinese technology companies listed in Hong Kong has given up 20.5% of its value in less than a month.

China Sets 6% Growth Target, Cracks Down on Hong Kong

Hong Kong's electoral system needs re-education, according to Beijing's bigwigs, to include only officials loyal to Communist China.

China's Rubber-Stamp Congress Set to Kick Off

Cracking down on Hong Kong and outlining plans for future growth are two key items on the agenda in Beijing.

Hong Kong Charges 47 Politicians for Taking Part in Politics

In a Kafkaesque move, the Hong Kong authorities charged would-be members of Congress with subversion, for attempting to get elected to Congress.

I Got the 'SOS', So Here's My Take on the Stock's Saga

Let's try to sort out the details of the complicated story of SOS Ltd. -- and why the short reports might be ... selling you short.

I'm Intrigued by the Recent Pullback in Aurora Mobile

While the Chinese company is still not profitable, it is cash flow positive.