There's mounting criticism of the participation by Wall Street's top brass in a Hong Kong conference designed to cover up human-rights abuses.
Depending on global demand, the White House might just prove a strategic investor.
Xi Jinping's predecessor as president is ushered off stage before the Chinese Communist Party unveiled a roster of leaders stacked with Xi loyalists.
The U.S. has drawn a line in the sand on oil prices. This seems to be a critical error.
China was forced to postpone the release of Q3 economic numbers, presumably because they would have detracted from the CCP's tale of success.
If you believe we are in for a nice rally here is a name that appears poised for a huge upturn.
In opening the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, the Chinese leader was briefer and spoke less about economic reform.
The meeting will recast China's top leadership, and no doubt throw up new Communist catchphrases indicating the party's intentions for the next five years.
It's a dauting task to manage these markets, which have some similarities to those during Great Financial Crisis, but here's what to do.
There was some interesting action under the surface in the market Thursday .