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Will they or won't they? Yum China Holdings announced its board will consider the declaration and payment of a quarterly dividend with a decision to be made "on or around February 4, 2021." Generally speaking, becoming a dividend payer raises the ...
An act to improve the accounting compliance of foreign U.S.-listed companies doesn't mention China, and doesn't need to.
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.
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.
Political games of smoke and mirrors are making Asian trades look risky, but there may be another opportunity sprouting up.
Intraday trends -- relentless trends -- are becoming the name of the game, so let's focus on the rotation from Nasdaq names into the Russell 2000 and financials.
The company is seeing early signs of recovery as business gradually resumes and people return to work in China.
If the virus spreads and the shutdown continues, then that time frame will lengthen to at least two quarters.
Let's check out the latest charts and indicators of YUMC.
Every aspect of this illness is dynamic and even the Centers for Disease Control may not be updating correctly.
The timing of this morning's rally? Almost simultaneously news broke from both China and the UK of possible drugs to fight coronavirus.
Shares of the restaurant operator in China are taking it on the chin due to the coronavirus; watch this key technical indicator for a bottom.
Let's instead do the kind of security analysis you have to do if you are going to navigate this moment.
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A Japanese drink-maker, as well as Cigna and Yum! Brands' Pizza Hut, have been swept into the 'product politics' battle between pro-democracy demonstrators and pro-Mainland authorities.
It's ironic. Had the Chinese let Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet in, there could have been some massive retaliation for Huawei. But they never did.
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.
Buying big drops on Fridays simply hasn't translated well to happy Mondays.