Hong Kong Hostile Turf as It 'Celebrates' 20 Years of Communist Oversight
Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997. Two decades later, its restive citizens aren't happy about where the city is headed.
European Stocks Called Higher as Global Investors Adjust to Central Bank Tightening Signals
European stocks are expected to open higher Thursday as investors adjust portfolios in anticipation of higher interest rates after a series of policy tightening signals from major central bank presidents.
What You Need to Know About China's Symbolic Upgrade
MSCI adding a teensy slice of China's isolated domestic stock market isn't a huge game changer.
At a Record Low, Hong Kong's Penny Stocks Market Reeks of Dodgy Dealings
Hong Kong's secondary exchange, the GEM, has lost its luster.
It's a Global World After All, Just Like the Disney Ride Suggests
When it comes to investing, there is no permanently superior nation -- country leadership rotates.