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Alibaba and JD.com climbed and led the way in Hong Kong after Chinese officials pledged to soon "compete the special rectification" to the tech sector.
Richard Liu will still control the voting power of JD.com, China's second-largest e-commerce site.
The stock watchdog in China is circulating new rules that would let Chinese companies listed overseas to share audit data, a sticking point for the SEC.
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% (...
Look at these stocks for advances this year if the 'China recovery' continues.
What will it take for Chinese stocks to be considered safe territory?
The CCP got its markets into this mess. This week's rally only begins the hard work that sectors like Big Tech and property will require if they are to emerge.
After a savaging this year, the Hong Kong stock market shot higher as a top official said China is ready to support capital markets.
We had a puzzling start of the day and decline in Chinese tech but an upward turn could play out on good news.
Alibaba, JD.com and Meituan post double-digit percentages losses as Hong Kong's high COVID death rate and a Shenzhen shutdown hit home.
Chinese stocks slide as the securities watchdog publishes a list of five U.S.-listed Chinese companies that are noncompliant with their accounting.
China's leading e-commerce marketplace has seen its share price descend 60.1% off its highs.
Here's why I'm watching JD.com -- and what I think of what just happened on the market.
Ant Group linked to corruption probe, worsening the picture for China's consumer sector.
The WeChat operator is cutting its holdings in various companies at a time when the Chinese government has been pressuring its Big Tech companies.
Out of the blue, shares of Chinese companies listed on U.S. exchanges were dramatically higher in Thursday's trading session (e.g., Alibaba , JD.com , Baidu , Bilibili and KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF ). It is almost as if Charlie Munger (who...
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.
ln a sign of things to come, MSCI indexes will stop using the New York share price and start following the Hong Kong listing of the two Chinese tech companies, to the detriment of U.S. liquidity.
It's an oft repeated phrase, but perhaps repeated so often because it holds some wisdom: 'Be greedy when others are fearful.'
GLBE has over 400 brands using its platform, but investors and analysts are most excited about its partnership with Shopify.
The food-delivery operator Meituan has been penalized less than expected for abusing its market dominance, sending Chinese tech shares sharply higher.
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.
Let's take a look at the war of words on China investment between these two billionaires.
Shareholders in Chinese Big Tech may be breathing a sigh of relief, but troubles in the property sector could indicate worse market conditions are on the way.
This COVID-19 vaccine is the potential savior of more than just the market.
Chinese tech stocks have nearly halved in value in the last six months, with President Xi Jinping suggesting "excessively high incomes" need redistribution.
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.
Shares in the e-commerce site leapt by the daily limit in Jakarta, with the company paving a path to public markets.