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Here are five picks in a sector whose private- and public-sector support is sure to continue as Asia ages.
Watch these five companies to play the enormous growth in Asian economies, as the world powers back on in 2021.
An act to improve the accounting compliance of foreign U.S.-listed companies doesn't mention China, and doesn't need to.
China's second-largest e-commerce operator is spinning off its online pharmacy and health clinic JD Health in a $3.4 billion IPO.
The president takes aim at 31 companies that the Defense Department says have ties to the Chinese military.
Changing the business practices that have been criticized by Chinese antitrust regulators might not carry a massive financial hit, and past selloffs on regulation fears proved to be buying opportunities.
I'm flat BABA but really see no reason to own any stock domiciled in a nation that runs on a different set of rules.
Shares in Alibaba, JD.com and Tencent lost nearly 10% Wednesday despite very strong sales on the Singles Day sales event.
The cash set aside to invest in Ant's prospective record-setting initial public offering is too much for the Hong Kong currency to handle.
TikTok's parent reportedly is looking to list the Chinese version of its app in Hong Kong, with U.S. investors also missing out on Ant Group's initial public offering.
The fast-food purveyor is part of a trend of Hong Kong stock offerings, with potentially the largest stock sale in history waiting in the wings.
The operator of Alipay could raise as much as US$30 billion when it skips U.S. markets with same-time listings in Hong Kong, Shanghai.
Hong Kong's Exchange had record results due to secondary offerings by Nasdaq stocks, Shenzhen preps for tech startups to go public.
Trip.com, China's biggest online travel agency, is hoping investors may take it private at a premium.
The Hang Seng Tech Index monitors the performance of the 30-largest tech companies listed in Hong Kong.
A correction in the price of JD.com could serve as a buying opportunity.
Hong Kong will have its own tech quartet as of next Thursday; Asian shares don't have the same euphoria as U.S. stocks (yet), and that's a good thing.
NYSE will reopen the floor in a limited way, banks were in the headlines and Semis lead the rise.
Unfortunately, we have to operate under the principle of where there's smoke, there's fire.
Swiss chocolate-maker Lindt & Spruengli and these American candy kings offer something sweet for investors.
China may recover more quickly than other countries from the effects of the coronavirus. Here is how to play it.
Buckle up for what is likely to be another eventful five days.
A wide variety of tech companies are likely to see their March-quarter sales hurt by the coronavirus outbreak's impact on Chinese demand and/or manufacturing.
Smartphone apps and their operators win as screen time among Chinese customers climbs 20% while the nation finds itself under lockdown.
Here in greater China, we are staying home and binge-watching dramas, ordering everything we can online. 'Parasite's' best-movie Oscar is a victory for Asia at a time it's looking for winners.