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The White House has issued assurances that it is not about to delist Chinese companies from U.S. markets, but it wouldn't be a stretch to see state-owned enterprises come under fire.
Beijing has launched an attack on Hong Kong property developers while demanding that Communist-controlled corporations invest in the city's listed companies.
China, home to 22% of the 737 Max planes in operation so far, was the first nation to ground the plane.
Cathay Pacific has shown a mastery of public relations by owning an error that saw it sell first-class tickets at a fraction of their real price.
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.
The woes of Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines, which both recently posted losses, underline how hard it is to make money out of flights from Asia right now.
Tony Fernandes and AirAsia are making the right noises in entering the Chinese air industry. But is it a smart move or brave folly?
U.S. stock futures rebound slightly and European shares rise as investors regain some optimism over tax cuts and fiscal stimulus from the Trump administration.
This weekend marks the Chinese New Year, a two-week period in which China shuts down and it seems almost everyone is on the move. Here's how to play the event.