Deleveraging efforts could be at risk if Beijing is forced to act to avoid an economic slowdown
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, Nov. 15.
Property developers and other mainland companies and investors that have borrowed dollar-denominated debt at low US interest rates are now facing repayment problems due to Federal Reserve rate increases and stronger greenback
'If the two sides agree to anything, it will be partial and short-lived because it's not just about tariffs,' said Anne Van Praagh of Moody's The firm, which tracks geopolitical risks globally, also cut its estimate of China's growth rate in 2019 to 6 per cent from 6.7 per cent this year
Business owner rents out her kitchen so Chinese chefs can prepare food for the visiting delegation Others say they are planning to give leader a warm welcome at Stanley Hotel
The robotic arm takes orders via smartphone, where customers scan a QR code, select drinks off a menu and pay via mobile payments service Alipay By using algorithms and big data, TMIC is able to help global brands create products that appeal to Chinese consumers
The Dow ends higher Thursday, led by 3M, Caterpillar and Apple.
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Uber's third-quarter numbers are out and aside from more revenue growth, it's more of the same. Case in point? Losing over $1 billion.
Issuance of junk-grade corporate loans is surging, even as underwriting standards deteriorate, pushing the market toward a danger point, according to the International Monetary Fund.
Researchers estimate it will cost nearly US$3 million to reverse the damage caused by just one of the illegal plants
Shares of Los Angeles-based homebuilding company KB Home tumble Thursday on lowered fourth-quarter guidance.
Shares of major tobacco producers take a hit Thursday on news the FDA is planning a ban on flavored cigars and menthol in cigars and cigarettes, and to prevent minors from buying flavored e-cigarettes.
For five decades, Second Auto - now called Dongfeng Motor - has been the evolving face of China's state-owned enterprises Now it is facing pressure to change again, as private automobile makers provide a nimbler competition for this massive organisation
Report recommended reviewing arrangement to treat Hong Kong and mainland as separate customs areas in export of dual-use technology
Prime minister says 'circumstances may come when Asean may have to choose one or the other' as he wraps up summit in city state US Vice-President Mike Pence tells gathering 'we all agree that empire and aggression has no place in the Indo-Pacific'
U.S. stock futures rise on Thursday, while shares in Europe tumble after the U.K. lawmaker tasked with leading Britain's exit negotiations with the European Union resigned; Cisco jumps after profit and sales top Wall Street estimates; Walmart, Nvidia report earnings; Warren Buffett buys $4 billion stake in JPMorgan.
Global stocks traded higher Thursday, following a five consecutive session of losses on Wall Street led by declines for tech and financial shares, as investors reacted to reports of further progress in U.S. China trade talks and the first step towards clarity in Britain's long exit process from the European Union.
The shares of China's third-largest e-commerce platform could plunge 59 per cent as Pinduoduo's business model is "faddish", short-seller Blue Orca said
InterContinental Shimao Hotel rises 88 metres from an abandoned quarry on outskirts of city Its 336 guest rooms cost from 3,400 yuan (US$490) a night
Beijing keen for companies to become 'renowned global brands', Commerce Minister Zhong Shan says Outbound investment growth eases to 3.8 per cent in January-October period from 5.1 per cent in first nine months
Investment share of Chinese private firms fell 12 per cent in first half from a year ago, US think tank finds American Enterprise Institute says decline in forex reserves has further complicated efforts to finance roads, railways and ports under the initiative
Foreign buying in November set to surpass that of May, when foreign investors bought Chinese equites worth 2.7 billion yuan on average
Investment from US up 4.1 per cent in the first 10 months, well below investment increases of 36 per cent for South Korea, 24 per cent for Japan and 176 per cent for Britain
Bitcoin cash, the world's No. 4 cryptocurrency, set to split into two separate entities on November 16 Bitcoin prices plunged over 10% on the eve of the event as investors fear split in the community
Thank you, Powell, for avoiding the opioid market fix of constant monetary accommodation and quantitative easing.
The new mobile payment system will be rolled out to 91 MTR stations across the city by mid-2020