TikTok's parent reportedly is looking to list the Chinese version of its app in Hong Kong, with U.S. investors also missing out on Ant Group's initial public offering.
As a car guy, let me tell you that Volkswagen is already there.
Apple's new iPhone points the way forward with 5G, which caught on first in Asia. So, investors should look to these five stocks.
Cathay, like Singapore Airlines, is poorly positioned thanks to a lack of domestic business.
China is on track to be the only major economy to register growth for full-year 2020.
Chart-topping K-Pop septet accounts for 87.7% of business at Big Hit.
The bribery case involves Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar.
Shares were up and the yuan posted its largest one-day gain since the end of a U.S. dollar peg.
Buying the stock is a nice, straight-forward approach. I'd also consider a stock replacement with an in-the-money November call.
This is when secondary indicators matter most to me.
If we have the setup, I would use a bullish call spread with a November expiration.
Neither candidate seems to be the enemy of the market -- at least not yet.
Communist Party cells within private Chinese companies are being encouraged to take an active role in their operation.
NIO is trading just below 'new closing high' levels. A similar level was the catalyst for a breakout move in late August.
SMIC and Toshiba affiliate hurt by further export curbs on chipmakers dealing with China.
Ant Group has passed muster for a Shanghai IPO on the STAR Market, which soon should see its first index-tracking exchange traded funds.
Newly formed TikTok Global will remain a Chinese subsidiary, but plans an IPO, while WeChat is spared a U.S. ban by court action.
An IPO on U.S. markets is in the cards if a proposal to form TikTok Global wins approval in Washington and Beijing.
Momentum and trend are key with this type of stock, so it is essential we see that continue.
Let's review how our strategy has been working out.
TikTok tries to satisfy the Gordian Knot of Trump push and Chinese pull through partnership deal with Larry Ellison's Oracle.
The U.S. government has sold a property in one of Hong Kong's most prestigious neighborhoods at 38% less than a neighboring site.
While implied volatility looks like a bumpy ride ahead for LI, here's how I would approach this new Chinese name in the electric vehicle industry.
The metal's price has held up well, but it could be a different story if post-lockdown demand starts to ebb, particularly in China.
The fast-food purveyor is part of a trend of Hong Kong stock offerings, with potentially the largest stock sale in history waiting in the wings.
I would only suggest a starter long position ahead of Thursday's earnings.
Go long WMT or add to longs.
The operator of Alipay could raise as much as US$30 billion when it skips U.S. markets with same-time listings in Hong Kong, Shanghai.
The forced sale of TikTok as a purported national-security threat is simply a move by U.S. politicians to cash in on parental concern, and votes.
There's only so much leverage that can be used and it, like so many other things, has diminishing marginal returns.