U.S. stock futures are falling as comments from Donald Trump on North Korea and trade with China dent sentiment; Target, Lowe's and Tiffany report earnings; casino workers in Las Vegas vote to authorize a strike.
Global stocks turned red Wednesday, setting up a session of weakness on Wall Street, following comments from President Donald Trump that cast doubt on a planned summit with North Korea.
The pound tested 6-month lows against the dollar Wednesday after the slowest reading for core inflation in a year cast new doubt on the Bank of England's ability to lift its key lending rate before the end of the year.
After Beijing says it will turn the island into a huge free-trade zone, the local government publishes a list of the world's biggest business names it wants to talk to about setting up shop there
By Li Tao in Shenzhen email@example.com
A wave of Chinese technology IPOs are expected in the next 12 to 24 months amid strong investor appetite in Hong Kong for high-growth, new economy companies
Zhang Shidong in Shanghai firstname.lastname@example.org
K Wah Group will soon announce details of its 1,122-unit Solaria development in Pak Shek Kok, while Sun Hung Kai Properties and Billion Development are also gearing up to launch their respective projects
New home prices in Ho Chi Minh City averages at about HK$2,800 per sq ft, which is 14pc and 18pc of the average price for Hong Kong and Singapore respectively
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