The troubled real estate developer has cobbled together the cash to make an overdue bond payment one day before the grace period expires.
The investing legend's investment style has always favored a long-term approach.
Developer debt, coal shortages, power outages and record flooding mean "common prosperity" may be harder to achieve than President Xi thinks.
The lack of urgency at the FDA, as it is in the defense space, is alarming.
The tech giant doesn't want to risk its big cloud computing and software business in China over censorship traps that its social media jobs site faces.
An ETF should be the sensible way to access the supercharged growth potential of alternative vehicles, with China by far the most-promising market.
With constrained trade routes between the U.S. and China, I want to own a piece of whomever is steering or parking those big ships off the port of Los Angeles and elsewhere.
The food-delivery operator Meituan has been penalized less than expected for abusing its market dominance, sending Chinese tech shares sharply higher.
How Important is Taiwan? On it's own, very important. As home to Taiwan Semiconductor? Invaluable.
Alibaba shares and the Hong Kong tech index are both coming off all-time lows in Hong Kong. Whether that continues has little to nothing to do with business.
Market volatility could spike in late November/early December just as liquidity walks away. Keep that in mind.
China's economy is basically a debt-driven Ponzi scheme.
Let's check on the charts and indicators.
With global energy woes, China real estate troubles and Washington's potential for disappointment, I'm moving toward some old income favorites.
Having a debt ceiling is foolish, it only ever matters to the party currently out of power and never really does what it was intended to... curb federal spending.
Evergrande has reportedly struck a deal to sell 51% of its property-management arm, which would raise US$5.1 billion.
However, mainland Chinese stocks were some of the most stable in the region, something of a surprise given power outages and systemic financial risk.
The big question is what Evergrande's troubles mean for China's real estate market more broadly, and the answer may be an unpleasant one.
The parent of Hainan Airlines looks set to emerge from bankruptcy after its top executives were arrested and the Chinese state stepped in.
The real crisis is not that the Evergrande story will be back, but that China isn't able and politically willing to be the global driver of economic growth it has been.
Let's look at the reactions to Nike, Costco and Salesforce to see what happens when they're viewed from a real world perspective.
The potential downfall of indebted developer Evergrande Group creates long and short plays, according to one investment research firm.
It was as if markets heard what they wanted to hear, when it was actually much more simple: markets heard exactly what they had anticipated.
We rallied, because China's President Xi and Fed Chair Powell made decisions that they knew would lead to rallies.
I'm looking for a continuation of strong pockets of speculative action.
Like spilled milk, there is no use in crying over lost monetary opportunity that only increases economic risk at a bad time fiscally now.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
China cannot be the engine that global economies have relied upon if its goals have shifted back toward pulling power away from even its own leading businesses.
Let's take a look at the war of words on China investment between these two billionaires.
If you own crypto of any form I think you should, if you have big gains, take some off the table.