After being burned by Beijing, many U.S. investors are rightfully left wondering about their China-linked holdings.
What if Beijing plays the power game with foreign firms reliant upon Chinese revenue, Chinese labor, or simply Chinese economic growth?
Why we ever allowed Chinese businesses to raise capital, our capital, on our shores, is beyond me.
What's with this stark dichotomy? How can we be so at odds? It all has to do with COVID and herd immunity.
The Olympics... they're a year late, and finally here.
We are a nation divided between those who are rabid to take the vaccine and those who are not.
Caution remains the order of the day.
Those rattles you hear on the COVID, Fed and political fronts are reasons to tread carefully in the markets.
It's the type of transition the Biden team probably would put its antitrust lawyers on to squelch, again leaving Intel with no quick fix.
The official action would come as Hong Kong's rights and differences from mainland China erode.
The Russell 2000 is now down not just back-to-back sessions, but six sessions in the last eight with all six of those "down" days having given up 0.9% or more.
Strong performance has pushed the Singapore state investor's assets to record levels. But its cross-border scope is increasingly difficult to maintain.
The Biden administration must come up with a strategy to deter President Xi from pursuing his reunification plans with the island nation.
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.
Plus, China's central bank plans to cut its Reserve Ratio Requirement and Wells Fargo looks to exit a business line.
It's being played out in every single amazing little town in America: wealthy people descending on a bountiful area that simply can't handle it and very strange things happen.
The Chinese cabinet says a crackdown on Chinese overseas listings will happen. It's still deciding how.
Let's examine three companies that should directly benefit from the potential infrastructure bill.
Plus, the latest monthly ISM Manufacturing survey sends a disturbing signal about prices and a quick option play thought about Veeva Systems.
Everyone knows inflation metrics greatly understate what is going on in the real world. And everyone knows the Fed knows this as well.
Better luck next time: The Federal Court beat down the FTC and the states in it's case against FB.
The downpour is an appropriate metaphor for the mood in Hong Kong as China preps to celebrate 100 years since the Communist Party's founding.
Politics cannot become intertwined with the Fed. But it has.
The best news about this market now is that astute stock-pickers are being rewarded.
The influential Apple Daily would have to shut down its operations this Friday if its accounts remain frozen.
What's the setup for the second half of 2021? Well, first one has to analyze the first half.
Authorities raided Apple Daily and arrested five top executives. Trading in Next Digital is suspended, but the stock may leap.
And I was right, and the cynics were wrong. Here's why that matters more than ever now.
Ever hear of the Cleveland Fed's median CPI? Trust me, every kid sitting at the FOMC table is glued to this indicator.
Is the Fed ready to help markets start its rehab program or will it continue to feed the junkie?