Beijing has forced a law on Hong Kong that slaps heavy penalties on "collusion" with foreign entities, which could mean just about anything.
How did it feel for traders who sold Facebook on news of the ad boycott? Like putting your hand on a hot stove.
Equity markets had a tougher day on Wednesday than immediately meets the eye. And did you catch what Trump said?
But I like the opportunity for a speculative long as well as a nice balance against other positions that could drop if Covid increases.
Are equity markets still in a confirmed uptrend? It depends on which index you look at.
We're hearing some of Wall Street's favorites tell us what's going to happen, but the only certainty to be found is in the past.
Plus, "smart rings" for detecting Covid-19 and quick looks at Salesforce.com and Zscaler.
Indian state companies will cancel contracts with China after a deadly border clash, while a retired major tells consumers to throw out their Chinese goods.
The rupee has weakened after 20 Indian soldiers and an unknown number of Chinese troops died in combat at a contested snow-desert gorge.
If a trillion dollar package were to happen, here are the companies -- and communities -- who would benefit most.
We are talking about a finessed, intelligent approach to what we see happening in real time.
Dip buyers give stocks boost after Covid concerns.
The U.S. is reportedly eyeing amending bans on U.S. companies working with the Chinese tech giant, and this is creating opportunities.
The market misread the narrative that there was a cyclical recovery. That equity spike had to come back to earth.
There's a host of factors that play into my full risk-off stance.
There is a risk-off theme to the market as news comes in of rising Covid-19 cases in some states, while the Fed has been a ray of light during this crisis.
I'm not pointing a finger, but the trend I'm seeing here is companies based in China, trading on U.S. exchanges....
Beijing demands support from companies in Hong Kong for its treason law if they want to keep doing business there and some big names are complying.
Look for Washington to rapidly lose interest in pumping stimulus into the economy.
NetEase is the second Chinese company to launch a secondary listing in Hong Kong. It is unlikely to be the last.
The airlines took off as markets continue to be positive in the face of major negative economic headwinds.
What's the plan? It's anybody's guess, which is really, in the end, what matters.
The administration will provide increased financial support to 5 pharmas working on Covid vaccines, and we must keep an eye on price action in this uncertain market.
The market continues to rise despite numerous negative catalysts, while Zoom beat all earnings expectations and guided higher.
Scrutiny of overseas listings and corporate purchases by Chinese companies is set to intensify.
If this market is ever going to top, it seems likely it will have to occur on good news since no amount of bad news seems to matter.
Other places besides the United States are flashing green, and they can surprise us -- even give our international companies a boost.
Taking a chunk of Pfizer during this selloff, while Amazon has raised $10 billion in mixed-maturity debt and all eyes are on the government's response to civil unrest in the U.S.
If you're asking how much longer the market can ignore all the negative events that are so glaringly obvious, then you're not alone.
And the reality is that the more money you make, the more likely you can contribute to the causes that you care about.