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China's Economy Could Be Shrinking as Big-Ticket Purchases Stop

China's government is more concerned about stopping the spread of Covid-19 than spurring the economy back to life.

Wild Week, Markets, Earnings, US Economy, Rivian Stock, Kohl's

The US may very well escape recession this year, putting it off until early next year. Other global economies may not be so lucky.

Chinese Tech Sees Double-Digit Percentage Gains After Hint of End to Crackdown

Alibaba and JD.com climbed and led the way in Hong Kong after Chinese officials pledged to soon "compete the special rectification" to the tech sector.

Is it Time to Sell in May and Go Away?

Let's recap some of the main worries behind the selloff. Unfortunately, I think the trading action gets worse before it gets better.

In This Environment, I'd Be More Risk Averse With Intuitive Surgical

The firm has been hurt and continues to be hurt by the effects of the pandemic.

Beijing's Covid Outbreak Sends Chinese Stocks South

The CSI 300 plunged to its lowest level in two years as residents of the Chinese capital stripped grocery store shelves bare amid lockdown fears.

Technical Conditions Continue to Deteriorate as Major Earnings Reports Roll In

The market is trying to discount all the negatives out there, and it is a process that takes some time.

An Awful Situation, Surging China Pandemic, Markets Find Religion, Fed, Earnings

One positive takeaway last week was the very low trading volume for Nasdaq-listed stocks in aggregate and for constituent names of the Nasdaq Composite.

Rising China Recession Risk Could Be Exported Around World

China's economy grew 4.8% in Q1, but many China watchers say the numbers are getting increasingly unreliable.

The Time for Inflation to Be Resolved Benignly Has Passed

The possibility of a recession in the quarters ahead cannot be dismissed.