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Doesn't the Fed now have to taper asset purchases simply to avoid becoming an even greater force in these markets?
We really don't know which kinds of companies China is going to target, but I see one pattern, and you should know it before you put down your cash.
Are the stock watchdogs really able to put the necessary disclosures in place, given the anti-business sentiment coming from the very top?
After being burned by Beijing, many U.S. investors are rightfully left wondering about their China-linked holdings.
Feel like a chump? You probably do after seeing what the CCP is doing to its education and tech names and after listening to calls with Carol Tome and Tesla's chief.
Why we ever allowed Chinese businesses to raise capital, our capital, on our shores, is beyond me.
Chinese regulators do not care how much stock market destruction they cause in the process of imposing these rules.
Traders and investors are trying to adjust and stay ahead of the curve.
Chinese EV makers fit the profile perfectly of companies subject to future data scrutiny by the Chinese Communist Party.
Obsessed with controlling the Big Data held by Chinese tech firms, Beijing cyberspace officials clamp down on U.S. listings that were previously permissible.
The Chinese cabinet says a crackdown on Chinese overseas listings will happen. It's still deciding how.
Ride-hailing app Didi is among three Chinese companies recently listed on U.S. markets that are being prevented from signing up new users by China's Internet regulator.
A new base pattern has formed in Jim Cramer's second favorite Chinese stock.
With backing from some of tech's heaviest hitters, Didi or "beep beep" joins Dingdong in going public this week.
The IPO is likely to be the largest in the United States this year and would give investors access to the world's largest 'mobility market.'
The delivery arm of Alibaba rival JD.com started trading in Hong Kong Friday. It's a sensible play on Chinese e-commerce, but when will it stem its red ink?
Here's where to initiate or add to longs.
The largest-ever merger in Indonesian history will combine the country's two best-known online brands.
The e-commerce giant is spending heavily on bulk buying, a risky strategy on the fiercest battlefield in China's Internet space.
The decline in Alibaba Group appears to be over, and the long-term uptrend should get going again.
I usually buy the dip on big 'down' days. On Wednesday I did buy the dip -- but only in gold.
Chinese companies looking to list overseas are contending with pressure from U.S. and Chinese regulators, with it impossible to satisfy both.
Thirteen Chinese tech firms have been told to change their ways by stopping anticompetitive practices and getting licenses for consumer credit.
Ant and Alibaba are in talks with Chinese regulators about how the companies can proceed, perhaps without their figurehead.
The completion of an antitrust investigation into China's dominant online marketplace removes a significant overhang from the stock.
Once you recognize that growth versus value is a false dichotomy than we can figure out what's ailing so much of the market.