S&P Global Set To Be First Foreign Company To Run Ratings Business In China

S&P Global Set To Be First Foreign Company To Run Ratings Business In China

The sector has been closed to foreign players for 20 years

Stocks Could Easily Crater Into Memorial Day Weekend

Stocks Could Easily Crater Into Memorial Day Weekend

Don't be so quick to think the market is setup for a rally into the long Memorial Day weekend.

Video: Here Is How Real Estate Investment Trusts Can Boost Your Portfolio

Video: Here Is How Real Estate Investment Trusts Can Boost Your Portfolio

If you're looking for a tech play, but can't afford FANG stocks, look no further than REITS, or real estate investment trusts.

Firms In Alibaba Empire Surge, Drawing Up To 16-fold Rise In Investor Demand

Firms In Alibaba Empire Surge, Drawing Up To 16-fold Rise In Investor Demand

Trading volume for Alibaba Pictures has leapt to the highest level in more than 3 years, while Alibaba Health has recorded a 60 pc gain over the past 6 sessions

Celgene Shares Rise on Plans to Increase Stock Buybacks

Celgene Shares Rise on Plans to Increase Stock Buybacks

The Summit, N.J.-based biotech firm also plans to enter into an accelerated share repurchase program to buy back $2 billion of stock.

Bankers See HK$100 Billion As The Cue For Hong Kong Rate Hikes. HKMA Says No

Bankers See HK$100 Billion As The Cue For Hong Kong Rate Hikes. HKMA Says No

Concerns are growing that rates will rise should the aggregate balance dip below HK$100b. The balance, or liquidity level in the banking system, has dropped since the HKMA intervened in the forex market to defend the local currency

Global Stocks Slide as Trump's New Trade War Salvo Ignites Fresh Concern

Global Stocks Slide as Trump's New Trade War Salvo Ignites Fresh Concern

President Donald Trump's decision to launch a national security probe into car and truck imports hit global market sentiment overnight as traders grew increasingly concerned of an escalating trade war.

Trump Tariff Threat, Deutsche Bank, Elon Musk and Apple - 5 Things You Must Know

Trump Tariff Threat, Deutsche Bank, Elon Musk and Apple - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures turn lower; the Trump administration threatens to impose new tariffs on automobile imports; Deutsche Bank to cut 7,000 jobs.

Deutsche Bank Confirms Massive Job Cuts as New CEO Christian Sewing Plants Flag

Deutsche Bank Confirms Massive Job Cuts as New CEO Christian Sewing Plants Flag

Deutsche Bank' new CEO, Christian Sewing, stamped his authority on Germany's largest lender Thursday by confirming plans to shed thousands of jobs and retrench its business in its domestic market.

Carnival CEO Arnold Donald: China Will Become the Largest Cruise Market

Carnival CEO Arnold Donald: China Will Become the Largest Cruise Market

The U.S.-China trade relationship may be uncertain, but don't take China's economic prowess lightly, especially when it comes to the cruise ship industry.

UBS Combines China, Hong Kong Investment Banking Arms As It Fights To Keep IPO Sponsor Licence

UBS Combines China, Hong Kong Investment Banking Arms As It Fights To Keep IPO Sponsor Licence

The Swiss banking giant is appealing after it was fined HK$119 million and barred for 18 months from sponsoring IPOs in Hong Kong

80 Per Cent Of Flights On Cathay Pacific To Earn More Asia Miles As Loyalty Programme Launches Shake-up

80 Per Cent Of Flights On Cathay Pacific To Earn More Asia Miles As Loyalty Programme Launches Shake-up

Travellers buying cheapest economy tickets on short-haul routes with Hong Kong's flagship airline to be biggest winners when Asia Miles launches changes

Nearly Half The Businesses In Asia-Pacific Have Fallen Victim To Financial Crime, Report Shows

Nearly Half The Businesses In Asia-Pacific Have Fallen Victim To Financial Crime, Report Shows

Comprehensive survey of senior leaders of large companies in region aims to reveal true cost of fraud, theft, money laundering and other offences

Chinese Company Dividend Payouts At Highest Ever In 2017 After Regulator Steps In

Chinese Company Dividend Payouts At Highest Ever In 2017 After Regulator Steps In

The China Securities Regulatory Commission says the rush of corporate generosity is a result of its efforts to increase payouts in the face of investor complaints

US Sanctions-hit Rusal Rises In Hong Kong On New CEO Appointment And Board Reshuffle

US Sanctions-hit Rusal Rises In Hong Kong On New CEO Appointment And Board Reshuffle

It remains unclear if the reshuffle and plan by its oligarch owner to relinquish control of Rusal's parent firm will help it meet US demands to be extricated from imposed sanctions

Chinese Co-living Firm Harbour Launches US$1.58 Billion Fund To Build More Rental Housing

Chinese Co-living Firm Harbour Launches US$1.58 Billion Fund To Build More Rental Housing

Gaw-backed Shanghai-based brand set to focus on securing wholesale land plots at low prices

Muji Fined By China For Packaging Referring To Taiwan As A Country

Muji Fined By China For Packaging Referring To Taiwan As A Country

Packaging used by the Japanese retailer to import 119 clothes hangers from Japan gave Taiwan as the country of origin

China Adds Domestic Chip Makers To Government Buy List Amid ZTE Tussle

China Adds Domestic Chip Makers To Government Buy List Amid ZTE Tussle

China's semiconductor industry has been in the spotlight after ZTE was banned from buying key American components for seven years

Tencent's WeChat Is Developing A Voice Version For Drivers

Tencent's WeChat Is Developing A Voice Version For Drivers

Technology companies and carmakers are competing for control of the in-vehicle infotainment system and content

Ackman Investment Buoys Lowe's; DraftKings Responds to FanDuel Merger -- ICYMI

Ackman Investment Buoys Lowe's; DraftKings Responds to FanDuel Merger -- ICYMI

Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, May 23.

Help China Overcome 'weaknesses' To Become Global Tech Power, Ex-minister Wan Gang Asks Hong Kong Innovators

Help China Overcome 'weaknesses' To Become Global Tech Power, Ex-minister Wan Gang Asks Hong Kong Innovators

Former national science and technology minister lays bare China's scientific shortcomings in candid assessment, but says city can play key role in country's ambitions

Australian Logistics Firm Goodman To Build Robotics-led Warehouse In Hong Kong As E-commerce Clientele Grows

Australian Logistics Firm Goodman To Build Robotics-led Warehouse In Hong Kong As E-commerce Clientele Grows

Facility to feature 'automation and robotics rarely seen in Hong Kong', says CEO

Five Things To Watch Out For During German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Trip To China

Five Things To Watch Out For During German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Trip To China

As the German Chancellor begins a two-day visit to China, the main issues likely to crop up include Iran and US-China trade frictions

Replay: Jim Cramer on the Markets, Tiffany, Micron Technology and Union Pacific

Replay: Jim Cramer on the Markets, Tiffany, Micron Technology and Union Pacific

TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending market topics from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

For Chinese Wine Connoisseurs Wondering What's In Their Bottle, It's Blockchain To The Rescue

For Chinese Wine Connoisseurs Wondering What's In Their Bottle, It's Blockchain To The Rescue

Shanghai start-up VeChain aims to help verify the whole supply chain with technology behind bitcoin

Is The Day Of Reckoning Coming For China's Corporate Bond Market?

Is The Day Of Reckoning Coming For China's Corporate Bond Market?

A flurry of defaults is raising expectations that there could be many more to come as Beijing clamps down on financial risk

Property Purchases In Hong Kong Rise To US$38.2 Billion, A 21-year High For First Five Months

Property Purchases In Hong Kong Rise To US$38.2 Billion, A 21-year High For First Five Months

Prices of used homes, which have risen for 24 consecutive months, behind surge, says brokerage Midland Realty

Huawei Founder Urges Employees Not To Harbour Anti-US Sentiments

Huawei Founder Urges Employees Not To Harbour Anti-US Sentiments

Ren Zhengfei, the founder and chief executive of telecoms equipment maker Huawei, says employees must possess a "sense of crisis" amid simmering tensions between China and the US