The market is especially susceptible to the onslaught of Fed speakers that now come our way. Once they open the cage and let them run wild, these markets will react.
Big-cap Tokyo stocks are leading the charge as investors rotate out of China, where interest rates are being cut, and into Japan.
There are multiple warnings -- the latest coming from Goldman Sachs -- that the June rally in Chinese real-estate developers may be getting ahead of reality on the ground.
Plus, a report says the Chinese will pay Cuba billions to set up an eavesdropping station on the island.
Beware Chinese property stocks that have turned into penny shares, since their trading price could force a disastrous delisting.
Japan's service sector is growing at a record rate, according to recent data, while services are also the saving grace in China, where manufacturing has begun to lag.
Investor uncertainty is mounting in China as 'red lines' shift on Communist Party sand.
I believe in the old saying that 'news follows the tape.'
Chinese stocks are approaching bear territory, with the Hong Kong market at its lows for the year as Telsa's CEO gets the star treatment in Beijing and Shanghai.
Plus, HP expects to have PCs with a built in AI program available by 2024.