International investors have been heavy sellers in Tokyo for quite some time. They tend to sell at exactly the wrong time. It seems many have made that mistake again.
GDP and corporate earnings trends are not favorable and increasingly indicate slowing economies here and abroad.
Car sales are sliding in China and plummeting in India, which is putting pressure on automakers that sell in those markets.
There was a false dawn in Chinese equities in June. August has witnessed another. Can the markets in Shanghai and Shenzhen continue to gain even as production moves out of China?
All the equities purchased by international investors at the onset of Abenomics have now been sold. Watch these stocks in case the mood turns.
Uber is promising growth with UberEats but its up to consumers to decide who can really deliver the goods.
Plus, Friday morning's headlines are a little less rosy than the ones of the day before.
President bashes violent games while addressing mass shootings, but the correlation isn't so clear.
The Chinese currency, the yuan, was permitted on Monday to smash through what has been considered to be the important psychological level of 7 to 1.
Japan has followed through on its threat to remove South Korea from its 'white list' of most-favored trade nations. The fight looks set to worsen.