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China Reopening, E-Commerce Plays Sell Off in Hong Kong as Lockdowns Re-emerge

Cities that have been trying opening-up experiments have shifted into reverse, scaring the China bulls.

Semiconductor Industry Set to Embark on Expensive Bifurcation

Chipmakers need to diversify their production bases, which for better or worse will impact Taiwan, current center of the chip fabrication sector.

Every Hang Seng Component Rises as Hong Kong Market Follows Wall Street's Lead

The hint of easing inflation has produced a spike in Asia's most-battered market, with a tweak of China's Covid quarantine rules thrown in for good measure.

Hong Kong Stocks Continue 'Treacherous Bottoming' With Another Advance

The notion that China will ease its zero-Covid policy spurs stocks higher even though there's no indication from the government of a pending change.

Rumor of Chinese Covid Easing Prompts Furious Stock Rally

Chinese stocks have popped to the tune of billions of dollars over the last two days, based on a gossipy social-media post.

3 Bank Chiefs Pull Out of Hong Kong Conference as China Scrambles for Covid

A storm is brewing in Hong Kong, both literally and figuratively.

Korean Chipmaker Hynix Slashes Spending Plans Amid Sluggish Demand

Slumping sales of PCs and smartphones are hitting the world's second-largest maker of memory chips.

If You Want Emerging Market Exposure Sans China, You've Come to the Right Place

Here are three ETFs that give investors access to emerging markets excluding China, with one ETF avoiding investment in repressive countries elsewhere.

Hong Kong Stocks and Japanese Yen Hit Crisis-Era Levels

Meanwhile, a conference in Hong Kong featuring the city's leader, who is sanctioned by the U.S. but due to appear alongside U.S. investment bankers, offers a bad look.

The Hang Seng Index Breaks a Long-Term Key Level: Don't Ignore This

Investors should pay attention to this trend in Hong Kong.