China Relaxes Immigration Rules To Attract And Retain More Highly Skilled Overseas Talents

China Relaxes Immigration Rules To Attract And Retain More Highly Skilled Overseas Talents

Permanent residence and long visas on offer as Beijing taps entrepreneurial talents People of Chinese ethnicity from overseas should also find it easier to settle

China's Economy Would Grow By 7.5 Per Cent This Year, Were It Not For The Trade War, ING Says

China's Economy Would Grow By 7.5 Per Cent This Year, Were It Not For The Trade War, ING Says

China's economy will grow 6.3 per cent year on year in the third and fourth quarters, Dutch investment bank says Global investors to ignore dispute and continue investing in China, Nomura says

U.S. Monetary Policy, Trading Lockheed, Netflix and United Rentals: Market Recon

U.S. Monetary Policy, Trading Lockheed, Netflix and United Rentals: Market Recon

Preventing the U.S. dollar from appreciating too aggressively while repairing credit conditions are 'job freaking one'.

Be Reactive to the Market in This Narrow Trading Range

Be Reactive to the Market in This Narrow Trading Range

Don't be rigid in your thesis, keep an eye on market action and respond as appropriate.

Extradition Protests Hammer Hong Kong Economy As Experts Report Drops In Air Travel, Retail Sales And Hotel Revenue

Extradition Protests Hammer Hong Kong Economy As Experts Report Drops In Air Travel, Retail Sales And Hotel Revenue

Economic damage 'obvious', lawmaker says, with recent slumps reported across crucial sectors Airline bookings to Hong Kong slumped by 9 per cent in last two weeks of June, industry group says

Jim Cramer Explains How Millennials Killed the Fossil Fuel Trade

Jim Cramer Explains How Millennials Killed the Fossil Fuel Trade

Millennials are not interested in oil, and likely never will be. Jim Cramer explains what that means for the industry.

Jim Cramer: Big Tech in Washington Will Mean an EPS Hit

Jim Cramer: Big Tech in Washington Will Mean an EPS Hit

Breaking down the impact on Facebook, Alphabet and Amazon of congressional hearings.

China's Job Market Improves In Second Quarter Despite Record Low Growth Rate

China's Job Market Improves In Second Quarter Despite Record Low Growth Rate

Ratio of available jobs to jobs seekers rose to 1.89 in the second quarter, up from five-year low of 1.68 in the first three months of 2019 Government has targeted creating 11 million new jobs this year despite the ongoing trade war with the United States, which saw China's GDP drop to a record low

Why Investors Interested in ESG Investing Should Consider This ETF

Why Investors Interested in ESG Investing Should Consider This ETF

Looking to get into ESG investing? Or just looking to diversify your portfolio? Impact Shares CEO Ethan Powell explains why investors should consider the NAACP Minority Empowerment ETF.

After Conquering Short-video Market, Kuaishou Guns For China's Gamers With Promise Of 'support'

After Conquering Short-video Market, Kuaishou Guns For China's Gamers With Promise Of 'support'

The Tencent-backed start-up plans support to about 1 million video game broadcasters on its platform Kuaishou estimates it has 35 million daily active users on its Twitch-like service, more than those on rivals Huya and DouYu

Japan Shoots For Moon With Toyota Rover Plans - Joining US, China, India On Lunar Quest

Japan Shoots For Moon With Toyota Rover Plans - Joining US, China, India On Lunar Quest

Amid renewed global interest in moon exploration, the carmaking giant has unveiled a road map to develop a vehicle for the country's space agency Analysts say the state-of-the-art rover will allow Tokyo to begin exploiting the moon's resources - starting as early as 2029

China's War On Trash Goes Hi-tech With AI-driven Apps For Sorting And Facial Recognition To Enforce Recycling

China's War On Trash Goes Hi-tech With AI-driven Apps For Sorting And Facial Recognition To Enforce Recycling

Alipay's mini program has indexed more than 4,000 different types of waste and has assisted more than three million people since its beta test phase

China's Total Debt Rises To Over 300 Per Cent Of GDP As Beijing Loosens Borrowing Curbs To Boost Growth

China's Total Debt Rises To Over 300 Per Cent Of GDP As Beijing Loosens Borrowing Curbs To Boost Growth

The figure has risen to over US$40 trillion, some 15 per cent of overall global debt, according to data released by the Institute of International Finance China has eased its deleveraging campaign in a bid to aid the slowing economy amid the trade war with the United States

China's Internet Giants Fight For Dominance In Smart Speakers As They Target The Half A Billion Users Not Yet Online

China's Internet Giants Fight For Dominance In Smart Speakers As They Target The Half A Billion Users Not Yet Online

Among dozens of smart speaker vendors that have emerged in China, Baidu currently leads the pack with 3.3 million units shipped in the first quarter

China's Handling Of Yuan Backed By IMF Despite Donald Trump's Repeated Charges Of Currency Manipulation

China's Handling Of Yuan Backed By IMF Despite Donald Trump's Repeated Charges Of Currency Manipulation

International Monetary Fund says Beijing's handling of the Chinese yuan in 2018 was 'broadly in line' with the state of its economy US President Donald Trump said at the start of July that the United States manipulate the value of the US dollar to offset competitive devaluation by China

Singapore's Economic Downturn Continues As US-China Trade War Wreaks Havoc On Asia Export Hubs

Singapore's Economic Downturn Continues As US-China Trade War Wreaks Havoc On Asia Export Hubs

The city state is considered to be a bellwether for the region and its trade malaise is indicative of weak demand elsewhere and bad news for China's economy Singapore's total non-oil exports fell 17.3 per cent in June, adding to the surprise 3.4 per cent collapse in gross domestic product reported last week

Tencent-backed DouYu's US$775 Million IPO Is The Largest By A Chinese Company In The US This Year

Tencent-backed DouYu's US$775 Million IPO Is The Largest By A Chinese Company In The US This Year

Company sells 67.4 million American depositary shares at US$11.5 each Fundraising overshadows Luckin Coffee's US$561 million Nasdaq IPO in May

China's Voice Recognition Champion IFlytek Gets US$407 Million Funding Boost From State Investors

China's Voice Recognition Champion IFlytek Gets US$407 Million Funding Boost From State Investors

Company to invest 2.05 billion yuan in its AI speech platform, with 1.18 billion yuan coming from proceeds of the private placement

Visa Invests In Indonesia's Go-jek, Eyes Digital Payments Across Southeast Asia

Visa Invests In Indonesia's Go-jek, Eyes Digital Payments Across Southeast Asia

Go-jek operates an on-demand daily services platform offering rides, massages to grocery deliveries Go-jek and main rival Grab are racing to roll out their services to the more than 600 million people in Southeast Asia

Replay:Jim Cramer Explains What You Should Watch When Banks Report Earnings

Replay:Jim Cramer Explains What You Should Watch When Banks Report Earnings

Jim Cramer weighs in on JPMorgan Chase's earnings, the stocks that he's got his eye on and what he's watching closely in the markets.

Donald Trump Promises To Pursue Peter Thiel's Claim That Google Has 'treasonous' Ties To China

Donald Trump Promises To Pursue Peter Thiel's Claim That Google Has 'treasonous' Ties To China

Offering no evidence, the Silicon Valley entrepreneur said several times this week that the US tech giant was working with the Chinese government The president said Thiel, who is a prominent supporter and campaign donor, 'knows this subject better than anyone'

Dow Ends Lower; Stocks Slip as Trump Fans China Trade Worries

Dow Ends Lower; Stocks Slip as Trump Fans China Trade Worries

The Dow ends down after reaching an intraday day Tuesday as President Trump says the U.S. and China have `a long way to go' before reaching a trade agreement.

Why Pier 1 and Francesca's Holdings Stocks Are Plummeting

Why Pier 1 and Francesca's Holdings Stocks Are Plummeting

Shares of Pier 1 Imports and Francesca's Holdings fell sharply Tuesday as the market apparently loses faith in the struggling retailers' turnaround plans.

New EU Chief Ursula Von Der Leyen Vows To Uphold The Rules-based Order 'the European Way'

New EU Chief Ursula Von Der Leyen Vows To Uphold The Rules-based Order 'the European Way'

Victory ushers the hawkish ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel onto a path of potentially more challenging EU-China relations. First-ever female head of the European Commission says 'we want fair trade'

Steel Stocks Rise for Second Day Amid New Trump 'Buy American' Rules

Steel Stocks Rise for Second Day Amid New Trump 'Buy American' Rules

U.S. Steel, AK Steel and other metals firms extend rally after Trump boosts 'Buy American' rules for federal projects.

Jim Cramer: You Need to Be Looking for Opportunities on Days Like Today

Jim Cramer: You Need to Be Looking for Opportunities on Days Like Today

This is the kind of market that's worth running to when the stocks of good companies go down.

Powell Expresses Concern for 'Uncertainties,' Affirming Expectations of Rate Cut

Powell Expresses Concern for 'Uncertainties,' Affirming Expectations of Rate Cut

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell says 'uncertainties about the outlook have increased,' as many traders bet that the central bank will cut U.S. interest rates later this month for the first time since before the 2008 financial crisis.

Jim Cramer: Everyone - Congress, Peter Thiel, Everyone - Needs to Dial It Back

Jim Cramer: Everyone - Congress, Peter Thiel, Everyone - Needs to Dial It Back

From the Google witch hunt to the demonizing of Facebook's Libra dial it back now before all of this gets way too out of control.

US Senators Seek To Lock In Limits On Huawei And Keep It Out Of Trade Talks

US Senators Seek To Lock In Limits On Huawei And Keep It Out Of Trade Talks

Bipartisan group of six are concerned that US President Donald Trump might swap the ban in negotiations with China 'We take this threat seriously and President Trump shouldn't be able to trade away those legitimate security concerns,' one senator says

Market Selling Is Picking Up Now but Breadth Is Still in Decent Shape

Market Selling Is Picking Up Now but Breadth Is Still in Decent Shape

From a technical standpoint some downside at this juncture may be what is needed to shake things up and create better trading conditions into earnings.