Hong Kong and mainland stocks roared to life on Monday after the Dragon Boat Festival, as Beijing follows Shanghai's example in removing restrictions.
It would seem that Chinese regulators may be preparing to run with less central interference as the nation attempts to recover economically from Covid.
The Tiananmen Square memorial vigil has been blocked in Hong Kong, as investors consider again how much dissent is allowed by the Chinese Communist Party even on the economic front.
A nine-day partial closure of China's biggest city escalated into 65 days of home confinement. Now China's bruised economy can flex its muscles again.
China's ongoing fight against COVID threatens to make the going tough for companies that do business there.
Joe Biden concluded his first Asian spin as president with a meeting of the Quad partnership, which is expanding well beyond its original security focus.
China at a bearish extreme is an opportunity.
Surprising even his own staff, the U.S. president overshadowed the launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity.
On his first Asia spin as president, Joe Biden will find a surprisingly warm welcome, and is due to launch an economic framework for US-Asia relations.
The People's Bank of China is trying to help prop up the struggling Chinese real estate market by cutting interest rates.