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The broad Chinese property sector, the mainland's largest single industry, is selling off in Hong Kong as investors try to work out which will be the next domino to fall.
The largest tech investors in Asia and Africa are scouring India for prospects after souring on China.
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.
Are videogame makers like Tencent and NetEase the latest targets in the Communist Party's bid to curb Big Tech?
With backing from some of tech's heaviest hitters, Didi or "beep beep" joins Dingdong in going public this week.
Chinese companies looking to list overseas are contending with pressure from U.S. and Chinese regulators, with it impossible to satisfy both.
The completion of an antitrust investigation into China's dominant online marketplace removes a significant overhang from the stock.
Nomura, Credit Suisse warn profits will take a hit after a client - reportedly Archegos Capital Management - missed margin payments.
It makes for an intriguing put sell on the $5 strike for February or a combination.
GS, JPM and MS are removing products from the Hong Kong exchange derived from companies deemed to have ties to the Chinese military.
Chinese regulators, rumored to be directed by President Xi Jinping, are ratcheting up pressure on the empire of China's richest man.
The president takes aim at 31 companies that the Defense Department says have ties to the Chinese military.
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.
Despite gaining regulatory approval, it's a message to management that it only operates at the behest of the Communist Party.
Communist Party cells within private Chinese companies are being encouraged to take an active role in their operation.
Microsoft's gaming segment plays to the company's strengths in gaming and cloud.
While many video and online games are wildly popular, capturing gains in their parent company stocks can be tricky.
You may have noticed gamers losing their minds online over 'Loot Boxes' in EA's Star Wars Battlefront 2