Tyme for Asia as HSBC and South African Online Bank Expand

Europe's biggest bank, HSBC, is in an impossible political situation, caught between London and Hong Kong. South Africa's TymeBank will have it easier expanding into the Philippines.

China 'Advises' Biden to Roll Back Trade Tariffs

China's foreign minister says the U.S. should get back to business under Biden, and forget about thorny issues like Taiwan.

Chinese Shares Look as Pricey as U.S. Markets as Both Reach Peaks

The equity markets in Shanghai and Shenzhen have broken above their record highs set in 2007, leaving U.S. and Chinese shares in uncharted territory.

SOS Limited Is Set Up for a Potential Ratio Put Spread

To undercut costs of Chinese competitors, SOS is using hydropower for its cloud crypto mining center.

A Second Depressed Lunar New Year Spells Disaster

Retailers and restaurants normally rely on bumper sales over the Lunar New Year holiday. But the cashier tills are silent.

Cummins Reaches Our Target, Time to Nail Down Some Profits

CMI is a major China play.

Australia's Largest Casino Company Loses Big With License Findings

Crown Resorts has opened Sydney's tallest building, but cannot open the casino it contains after a scathing report on its business ethics

Everyone Is Chasing the Reflation Trade Blindly

It's important to follow the macro trends like growth over value rotation, or reflation vs. deflation trade.

One Thing Missing in Asia: Shoppers

Households are reining in spending in Asia, which presents a problem for Europe and the U.S.

TikTok Competitor Kuaishou Sees Shares Triple in Debut

With its listing in Hong Kong, Kuaishou Technology has beaten short-video competitor ByteDance to the punch in selling shares to a demanding public