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Traders and investors were disappointed recently when the IT company did not raise guidance and that weakness does not look like it has run its course.
A breakdown of the biggest buying days on the internet.
Amazon looks poised to deliver a big leap in sales during the fifth installment of its Prime Day event.
Political protests target mainland visitors in heart of tourism and shopping district, raising the question: Are pro-democracy demonstrations bad for business?
It's worth watching for trade triggers in both stocks.
International grocery giants aren't finding that their brand names go far in China anymore, where the biggest homegrown online platforms add bricks and mortar to their sales mix.
Is Libra the next tectonic shift in tech? Is it even a cryptocurrency at all?
Alibaba Group appears to be prepping a Hong Kong stock offering that could be worth $20 billion, and give a vote of confidence at a time of great tumult.
The company's expansion beyond its North American home base could offer the most upside to the stock as it continues its surge.
The maker of athletic apparel continues to take a larger lead over its retail peers.
Does Hong Kong become "just another Chinese city" with its proposed extradition law? Many critics say the city's special status within greater China is slipping away.
It's important to take a step back and see what is happening across asset classes.
Reuters found itself in the strange position of writing a news story to explain why its news stories about the Tiananmen Square massacre weren't appearing on an investment-data platform it created.
Let's check the charts to see what may have changed since our last review.
FedEx's falling out of favor in China over the Huawei delivery issue could open the door to its foes.
This could either be a brilliant buying opportunity or a value trap. If a trade deal is not reached by the end of June, this selloff can get a lot worse.
With MSCI increasing the weight of domestic Chinese stocks in its global index weighting, what happens in China does not stay in China.
The Chinese tech giant beat EPS estimates and reported better-than-expected gaming revenue. But total revenue missed expectations amid slower ad sales growth.
The retailer turned in stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings, but also noted that gross margins contracted.
Given how much Trump loves this fight, and how he will not back down, the companies that move out of China will get a higher multiple than those that don't.
China is almost out of ammo in the trade war. To us, that might look like we are close to a solution. Don't bet on it.
Let's ignore the tweets and see what the charts suggest.
Trump may say China broke the deal, but here is a deeper dive into what happened -- and what the outcome is likely to be for the markets.
The e-commerce company's guidance might be the main culprit for its share price erosion after reporting first-quarter earnings that came in above estimates.
The social media giant plans to let sellers on its Marketplace platform provide shipping options for items, as well as let buyers pay for items on Facebook's site or app. And unlike eBay, Facebook isn't charging selling fees.
When this crossover happens in conjunction with price, I want to be involved.