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Once you recognize that growth versus value is a false dichotomy than we can figure out what's ailing so much of the market.
Let's review this Archegos drama and some lessons from this fickle market.
Everyone knows the basics. Last week, the trading operation run by Bill Hwang known as Archegos Capital Management blew up.
The blow-up of a fund last Friday is causing repercussions, but it is simply accelerating corrective action that was already underway.
There was a false dawn in Chinese equities in June. August has witnessed another. Can the markets in Shanghai and Shenzhen continue to gain even as production moves out of China?
China isn't the world's factory anymore. It's the world's biggest shopfront, and Japanese retailers are out-hustling their U.S. rivals in selling into those 'shops.'
We never see Black Swans coming. But their cousins, the Grey Swans, are visible. Will they come in to land next year?
There's no question that Japan's economy is hot and next year companies' confidence to invest in infrastructure plays well for tech stocks.
As the country with the oldest median population (apart from one anomaly), Japan is at the forefront of the advance into how to use technology to handle the boom in medical care that ageing brings.
Chinese stocks have sold off rapidly since early last week, a reaction to government reforms in a market where policy can change overnight. Investors need to watch this momentum-driven market for short-term weakness.
Asian tech stocks have led to two-thirds of the record-breaking gains in Asian shares this year, China's top tech plays, the BAT stocks among them. But with Tencent and Alibaba doubling in 2017, are they in bubble territory?
There is a decided shift to the East occurring when it comes to foreign-direct investment. These companies in India and Southeast Asia are best-set to gain.
With stocks at their highest level in two years and property hitting record highs, here is a handful of property stocks to watch for improved profits and higher dividends.
Convenience-store chains are booming as Southeast Asia gets richer and more urban. Looking at sales from services rather than goods is a smart investment play on the sector.
China's online watchdog wants to ask Apple a few questions about its apps and live streaming. It's the latest cause for alarm in Silicon Valley.
It's not all about drugs in the Philippines, which is finally making good on promise shown some 60 years ago. Proposed tax changes should give equities a real boost.
After a torrid three years, jewelry retailers appear to be striking gold again in Hong Kong.
China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.
Indonesia is the world's fourth-largest country by population, which soon should be matched by its economy's size; here are four companies that could double as that might grows.
Tokyo trade plays to watch after the first U.S.-Japan summit of the Trump presidency, which wrapped up with a round of golf.
Japanese stocks are on a roll with Shinzo Abe due to meet the new president on Friday, but Trump's stance on trade with the world's third-biggest economy is anyone's guess.
Japan's hospitality industry was once a no-go area for investors. But interest has skyrocketed heading toward the Games.
The Japanese stock market enters the year on the back of a rally. With stock picking essential in 2017, Nomura identifies bullish industries and seven stocks to watch.
India is starting to demonstrate many characteristics that drove Chinese growth at a rapid clip in recent years.
These firms have low prices, good fundamentals and trade in America.
The Kumamoto area accounts for 5.6% of Japan's GDP.
A narrowing wedge on the charts is likely to soon be resolved.
A look at the day's most searched topics on the Web, including Zynga after the company reported weak second-quarter results.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including reports that Spain will ask the European Union to aid its struggling banks.
Wataru Ogihara, CIO for Global Equities at Nomura Asset Management, says the Japanese stock market offers a great value for investors, despite the strong yen.