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GS, JPM and MS are removing products from the Hong Kong exchange derived from companies deemed to have ties to the Chinese military.
These names are displaying technical deterioration.
An executive order says U.S. purchases of military-linked Chinese companies must stop by January 11, including three of the world's top-20 telecoms.
The New York Stock Exchange will delist China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom - all top 20 telecoms globally - by January 11.
It has been a bad start to the month for stocks in China, with the roaring Seoul stock market now outperforming Chinese shares.
A coal miner owned by a Chinese province defaulted on a billion-yuan bond a month after it won government backing. That spells trouble.
The president takes aim at 31 companies that the Defense Department says have ties to the Chinese military.
Stimulus efforts could give a boost to 5G infrastructure spending, and usage spikes for many online services could drive higher cloud capex.
China may recover more quickly than other countries from the effects of the coronavirus. Here is how to play it.
The White House has issued assurances that it is not about to delist Chinese companies from U.S. markets, but it wouldn't be a stretch to see state-owned enterprises come under fire.
Beijing has launched an attack on Hong Kong property developers while demanding that Communist-controlled corporations invest in the city's listed companies.
Given how we've discussed a lot about China this morning. China Mobile was a name I left off my Tier list that came into question. Ironically enough, this just hit the wires: China Mobile Being Probed by Antitrust Regulator - Capital Forum
This current bull market is not a U.S. story, it's a global one, and 3 China-based names make the list.
Investors must consider the power that rests behind China's BATS, the mainland's most-influential companies. While they are private, there is state power behind their tech empires that should not be ignored.
Although it was the downgrade of China's creditworthiness as a nation that grabbed yesterday's headlines, three dozen companies are also finding it harder or more expensive to borrow.
Chinese markets are wildly unpredictable, not beyond doubling and then falling by half within a matter of months. That is, until this year. Investors should prep their butterfly nets.
These five stocks, including Boeing and FedEx, are showing important technical signs. Here's how to trade them.
Worker unrest at foreign companies has left Communist officials in a quandary; but it's increasingly a cost of doing business in China.
A recession is nearer than a lot of people believe and to prepare for its arrival investors should buy Alibaba, China Mobile, Sherwin Williams and the iShares MSCI India ETF.
A lot of Chinese developers may be cowboys, but investors can use that knowledge to their advantage in a housing-price boom.
The inclusion of A shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index would pump billions into the market.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answered viewer questions on which stocks stand to get hurt in a rising interest rate environment.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
If you’re going to invest in China, focus on indexes, rather than picking individual names, one strategist said.
Although I believe the overall market is overbought, there are still a few values to be had.