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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.
The IPO of China's oldest stock brokerage, Shenwan Hongyuan Group, met a tepid response, which isn't the greatest advertisement for new listings in Hong Kong.
Analyzing this year's stock draft contest and individual stock-picking vs. indexing.
Sometimes an attractive high-growth name will come to you rather than you having to chase it.
Key drivers of this 'just right' phase, and how to play it.
Don't get carried away with bearish bets before enough information arises.
* Following summaries of our investment views, Tobias Levkovich asked several hard- hitting questions of UBS's Suni Hartford and myself Four days ago, at the invitation of Citigroup's head of investment strategy, Tobias Levkovich, I was invited to p...
Ark Invest has developed a series of specialized exchange-traded funds that own shares in companies involved in 'disruptive innovation.'
Lyft's IPO is looking like a party bus, but how long can the sentiment stay strong?
The online ad firm has seen strong growth in a U.S. market where Google, Facebook and Amazon loom large. And it's now entering China.
As the streaming giant hikes prices in the U.S., it's testing cheaper, mobile-only plans in India and other cost-sensitive markets.
Google is catching a potentially huge shift in the industry while the industry is still in its infancy.
U.S. investors can benefit from a big change in China's tax policy and other reforms by playing the A-shares in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
Qualcomm's legal fight with Apple continues to rage, and the company is also mired in a battle with the FTC that could have big implications for its patent-licensing business.
Despite a recent rally, China's largest online commerce company presents a mixed picture for investors.
And why I won't recommend any other stocks in these markets, right now.
After many years of trying to compete in China, Amazon is reportedly in talks to merge its Chinese operations with those of a bigger local player.
Walmart's widening focus across the globe necessitates a widened focus from investors.
China isn't the world's factory anymore. It's the world's biggest shopfront, and Japanese retailers are out-hustling their U.S. rivals in selling into those 'shops.'
The Chinese e-commerce giant just took a stake in a video platform, and is reportedly in talks to buy a stake in a German retailer's Chinese arm.
Or is it central banking? I know that you noticed the fact that Chinese mainland equities came back from the Lunar New Year with a bit of gusto. The Shanghai Composite picked up a cool 1.36% in Monday trade. This came after China's commerce ministry...
What stocks to buy and what to avoid on the continual leaks coming out of the Kudlow-Mnuchin camp and the Lighthizer-Navarro camp.
Equity markets can continue to move up and regain lost performance -- valuations are supportive and company's earnings are not as bad as feared.