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These three funds seem well-positioned to take advantage of a growing overseas middle class.
Real Money contributor Jim Collins hits the road in search of the best investment opportunities.
All of these companies would be losers from a trade war focused on intellectual property.
The chipmaker's Epyc server CPU line continues to gain traction, as a new Cisco announcement shows. And going forward, Intel's manufacturing woes could help AMD add to its share gains.
The Chinese Internet giant topped revenue estimates and gave plenty of reasons to think it still has a lot of room to grow. Indirectly, that might be encouraging news for Facebook investors.
China dominates mobile payments in emerging markets, but there's room for rivals. Here are the U.S. firms to watch.
* Berkshire is outgrowing its ability to find attractive and profitable acquisitions and investments. * Berkshire might have had little alternative but to buy Apple * Apple is a winner from the Berkshire purchases last quarter * But the Apple buy is...
No one has more paid subscribers or streams as many hours per month as Spotify. It's not even close.
This convergence of negative news shouldn't come as a major surprise.
Thanks to controlled production growth and strong cloud demand, the good times are continuing for DRAM makers. And that might give Micron's shares some more room to run.
This current bull market is not a U.S. story, it's a global one, and 3 China-based names make the list.
This earnings season is already showing that capital spending from cloud giants remains far stronger than spending from traditional carriers. That affects quite a few hardware and chip firms.
A U.S. government panel denied Ant Financial's acquisition of the money transfer company over national security concerns.
We never see Black Swans coming. But their cousins, the Grey Swans, are visible. Will they come in to land next year?
The Hong Kong stock exchange has decided to allow "public but not really" companies to list. Here's why it's a huge mistake.
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?
JPMorgan is considering offering clients access to a pending bitcoin-futures market.
You call that an online sale? Singles' Day in China dwarves Cyber Monday, with China's largest e-commerce company doing more than double in one day what all U.S. retailers sell over the entire Thanksgiving weekend. Here are the stocks to own to capitalize on Asia's e-commerce boom.
Sifting through Sears, Fitbit, J.C. Penney and others to separate 'radioactive' from potential opportunity.
Tencent became the first Asia listed tech company to reach a market valuation of $500 billion
Investors move to the sidelines ahead of Thanksgiving and amid political uncertainty in Germany.
Investors must consider the power that rests behind China's BATS, the mainland's most-influential companies. While they are private, there is state power behind their tech empires that should not be ignored.
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.