Hong Kong's market is the worst performer globally among major stock markets, beaten down by exposure to U.S.-listed companies, and with the city oppressed.
After its parent, Sina Corp., delisted in New York, Weibo could be next now that its stock has established a Chinese presence.
China's ride-hailing market leader is bowing to Chinese government pressure and will exit the New York Stock Exchange.
Let's review Advisor Shares Pure Cannabis and Amplify Seymour Cannabis ETFs -- and what do swaps have to do with the 'sticky icky.'
Beijing regulators push top management of the ride-hailing app to make the move after a disastrous IPO, according to media reports.
It's an oft repeated phrase, but perhaps repeated so often because it holds some wisdom: 'Be greedy when others are fearful.'
The digital currency is heading south after reaching an all-time high; what does its chart tell us about what's going on?
Given that cannabis stocks have only begun to turn higher, I'm not going overly aggressive on this trade.
Big-picture experts fret about how the indices are dancing around to inflation and other macro concerns while missing the positive action in many stocks.
The red-hot sector is now running into a number of headwinds that could hamper further growth.
More representatives of U.S. Big Tech are waving the white flag as Chinese operating costs soar.
Google search interest in SPACs has soared in the past week, reaching its highest level since February.
Plus, an FDA advisory panel gives a unanimous boost to a Moderna booster shot and Boeing slumps on a negative news report.
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.
The food-delivery operator Meituan has been penalized less than expected for abusing its market dominance, sending Chinese tech shares sharply higher.
Macau's gambling empires will undergo government reviews that likely will end with different degrees of bad for U.S. operators.
Right now there is a lot of pushback to regulation.
Let's examine the important implications of a potential end to PFOF.
Good riddance to PFOF if that comes to pass.
Shareholders in Chinese Big Tech may be breathing a sigh of relief, but troubles in the property sector could indicate worse market conditions are on the way.
Chinese tech stocks have nearly halved in value in the last six months, with President Xi Jinping suggesting "excessively high incomes" need redistribution.
The stock of the cryptocurrency exchange could be vulnerable due to an unclear outlook and possible industry regulation ahead.
The 11-year sentence given to Michael Spavor, who brokered Dennis Rodman's trips to North Korea, is a political message delivered at his personal cost.
Are videogame makers like Tencent and NetEase the latest targets in the Communist Party's bid to curb Big Tech?
Is HOOD walking into the public spotlight with a bulls-eye on its back before it gets a chance to prove itself?
After being burned by Beijing, many U.S. investors are rightfully left wondering about their China-linked holdings.
Chinese regulators do not care how much stock market destruction they cause in the process of imposing these rules.
Chinese EV makers fit the profile perfectly of companies subject to future data scrutiny by the Chinese Communist Party.
Strong performance has pushed the Singapore state investor's assets to record levels. But its cross-border scope is increasingly difficult to maintain.
Any selling of these stocks based on short to medium term potential for antitrust litigation could probably be a trade if one is savvy enough.