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Tech-focused investors in Hong Kong responded in negative fashion to real news and rumors alike.
Upside - +40% (Verizon takes 9.9% stake for $40M, awards Casa multi-year contract) - +28% (to be acquired by ArchiMed Group for $33.50/shr in $1.2B all-cash deal) - +6.9% (to commercialize COVAXIN in Mexico, rights now encompassing all of North Amer...
Here's the list of the biggest movers in the premarket: Upside: - +20% (earnings, guidance) - +17% (earnings) - +15% (earnings) - +15% (China reportedly considers to give US full access to audits of most US-listed Chinese firms in mid-2022) - +14% (...
Intrigued by the wild swings in many of these stocks? Caution is warranted.
The fast-fashion e-commerce operator is extending new roots into Singapore as Chinese companies try to work around restrictions on overseas listings.
A chaotic news cycle has led to an equally wild swing in the share price of both names in the past week.
China's leading e-commerce marketplace has seen its share price descend 60.1% off its highs.
It was a disappointing year for Asian equities. Here's what to look for this year.
With new rules on 'Negative List' companies and for VIE-type structures, China is restricting investment while also stipulating it's permissible.
Hong Kong's market is the worst performer globally among major stock markets, beaten down by exposure to U.S.-listed companies, and with the city oppressed.
The Hong Kong-based company SenseTime protests its inclusion on a U.S. sanctions list for supplying AI software to the Chinese surveillance state.
Despite the expectation of a tougher sledding for high-flying IPOs, optimism remains for a few key names.
After its parent, Sina Corp., delisted in New York, Weibo could be next now that its stock has established a Chinese presence.
China's ride-hailing market leader is bowing to Chinese government pressure and will exit the New York Stock Exchange.
Beijing regulators push top management of the ride-hailing app to make the move after a disastrous IPO, according to media reports.
Uber may have to wait until the dawn of truly autonomous driving until the firm will have the potential to truly excel in terms of profitability.
Shareholders still risk being left with nothing from Evergrande stock as regulators tell Chinese developers to protect offshore bondholder interests.
Alibaba shares and the Hong Kong tech index are both coming off all-time lows in Hong Kong. Whether that continues has little to nothing to do with business.
According to Uber's CEO, U.S. volumes over the past week were the highest since March.
Let's take a look at the war of words on China investment between these two billionaires.
Big Tech in China will not be allowed to use algorithms to sway customer behavior and must end practices that stop traffic heading to competitor sites and apps.
The tale of two rideshare earnings tapes could tip the scales of opinion.
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?
It must be pointed out that earnings have been better than excellent, but calendar year 2022 expectations have been dropping.
After being burned by Beijing, many U.S. investors are rightfully left wondering about their China-linked holdings.
The Chinese Communist Party has a long and lengthening list of targets for social "rectification."
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.
Here's how I'd play this Chinese e-commerce name.