With trading disrupted by Golden Weeks in China and Japan, investors have cast their gaze to Washington, sending Asian currencies higher and stocks down.
While Chinese President Xi Jinping concludes his visit to Moscow, Beijing has resumed imports of Australian coal, wine and lobster.
HSBC and Standard Chartered see big losses in Hong Kong, but it's business as usual, including for a Credit Suisse conference in the city.
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Some investors consider coal stocks dead from a long-term perspective. This is far from true.
Entering 2023, we can feel inflation easing and are watching for long-term gain from the removal of zero-Covid in China, even if it results in short-term pain.
The burgeoning EV industry is seeing demand for lithium soar to previously unseen levels. These three lithium mining stocks are positioned well for the future -- and also pay regular dividends.
On the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Bali, Xi and Biden shook hands and shared warm smiles, which could help thaw a frozen relationship.
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.
After the Australian fiscal year ended in June, the Reserve Bank of Australia marked its bond holdings to market - wiping out all its reserves.