Naspers and its investment-holding company Prosus will sell down their Tencent stake and buy their own shares, with both companies trading at big discounts to NAV.
We're in the early days of understanding Omicron, and signs suggest it's a variant with slightly different symptoms that are no more severe.
Plus, a thought on how the Fed could approach tapering going forward.
Shares seem bound to finally see the breakout in terms of price.
China to announce the first decline in its population since the famine of the 1950s. U.S. population growth is at its second-lowest ever ebb.
The price action is encouraging me to take a little more risk on beaten down names, and JMIA fits that bill.
Europe's biggest bank, HSBC, is in an impossible political situation, caught between London and Hong Kong. South Africa's TymeBank will have it easier expanding into the Philippines.
Executive slams short-seller Andrew Left's report.
Shortseller Andrew Left says Jumia's post IPO stock jump is built on fraud.
Boeing's big demand driver is stinging the stocks of its biggest customers.