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After China's airline regulator put pressure on Hong Kong's main airline, pro-democracy protesters have decided to put pressure on the city's banks.
Beijing has begun to press Hong Kong businesses to do its bidding in combating the pro-democracy demonstrations in the city with a dubious ruling over staffing flights to China.
A general strike on Monday in Hong Kong finally has hit its stock market, while the yuan has fallen past 7.0 to the U.S. dollar thanks to trade woes.
China, home to 22% of the 737 Max planes in operation so far, was the first nation to ground the plane.
Cathay Pacific has shown a mastery of public relations by owning an error that saw it sell first-class tickets at a fraction of their real price.
Investors should look deeper into the massive gains in the Hang Seng so far this year, though, which don't reflect the real picture of what's going on across the border.
The recent Moody's downgrade of China's credit score masks the price increases and operating profits that some debt-heavy members of China Inc. are pushing through.
Vietnam looks set to get its first foreign listings, with its listed budget carrier talking to anyone who will listen and a game maker set on an international IPO.
The woes of Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines, which both recently posted losses, underline how hard it is to make money out of flights from Asia right now.
After yesterday's look at 8 stocks that could pop higher next year, here are some names that might be best left alone, or shorted, in 2017.
What will Nintendo do with the huge hit on their hands?