Monday's action forces some changes, and here's my plan for MSFT.
Are U.S. politicians really rocking to Lil Uzi Vert's Futsal Shuffle, and worried their efforts will fall into Chinese hands?
Trip.com, China's biggest online travel agency, is hoping investors may take it private at a premium.
These suppliers to and rivals of Huawei Technologies could see their revenue dinged due to the U.S. sanctions against the Chinese telecom supplier.
These House antitrust hearings are ridiculous given that the companies on the hot seats are about the best thing we have going for us.
The Hang Seng Tech Index monitors the performance of the 30-largest tech companies listed in Hong Kong.
Closing the Chinese consulate in Houston may lead to pressure on the consulate in San Francisco and will produce a calculated response from China.
Precious metals continue to soar and China names are under pressure.
Parts of central China are experiencing rain to rival the massive flooding in 1998, leaving around one-third of China's farming output at risk.
It has been nearly impossible for the sellers to generate any sustained downside momentum.
The markets are really in the hands of Washington right now, and Washington is in the hands of the virus.
Chinese shares advanced following a regulatory change designed to loosen the grip of retail investors on stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
The Q2 growth is growth, but the weakest growth on record.
This is a convenient catalyst for some much-needed profit-taking but is it a sign of a more significant shift in the market?
The U.S. president has followed through on his promise to punish Beijing over its punitive treason law in Hong Kong.
Let's review some names like TSLA, WIMI and NEXCF, and then eye a play for special purpose acquisition company Churchill Capital Corp III.
In May we saw BABA hitting $244 to $277, and now it's close to the higher price; this is where we see the charts going from here.
Could the Hong Kong dollar become unhinged against the U.S. dollar, a system in place since 1983?
Let's use what after-hours and pre-market traders see to our advantage, using BlueCity Holdings as an example.
The Chinese are trying to spur action in their equity market as they look to catch up to the U.S. equity market.
In the 1990s, we had the 'new economy' stocks and the 'old economy' stocks. Sound familiar?
Let's look at the chart and see how I'd trade AA.
Chinese authorities spread the word that they see a bull market rally as a patriotic act, but how long can they back leveraged retail punters?
The metal is one commodity that should be bought on any weakness, barring a full-blown economic recession.
Concerns about upcoming earnings reports are understandable but they are not an issue right now.
Lenders to the Nasdaq-listed jewelry maker reportedly have discoverd that 83 tons of gold used to borrow billions appear to be copper alloy bars.
China signals it will promote a bull market causing Chinese investors to rush to open brokerage accounts.
Beijing has forced a law on Hong Kong that slaps heavy penalties on "collusion" with foreign entities, which could mean just about anything.
Would I buy the name on this dip? Not yet. But here's what a trader could do.
Several asian nations will experience significant economic damage from the coronavirus, according to forecasts by Standard & Poor's.