It's time to tackle Thursday with Jim Cramer.
New research grants and donations from the company on hold for at least three months
The market stands at a crossroads as it approaches its 50-day moving average. I am buying some protection, here.
This shutdown is starting to feel different from those that we have experienced in the past, is it not?
U.S. stock futures fall and global shares decline amid renewed concerns over the fate of U.S.-China trade talks; a report says China-based Huawei, the world's biggest telecommunications equipment maker, is being investigated for allegedly stealing trade secrets from American businesses; Taiwan Semiconductor says first-quarter revenue will fall 14%; Netflix and Morgan Stanley report earnings.
Trim consumer-related shares and emphasize those that are related to secular growth trends that aren't going to let up even if the government shutdown drags on.
With no resolution yet to the Trade War, investors have no choice but to focus on the weakening trend evident in Chinese data.
China deputy central bank governor says mechanism ready for investors to put money into China bonds But some foreign investors say their back room systems not ready, want to delay inclusion China bonds in major global indices
Jiayuan International Group, the builder behind the T Plus micro flat project in Tuen Mun, sinks 81 per cent, loses HK$26 billion in market value Sunshine 100 China Holdings sheds 65 per cent
Dozens of transnational companies accused of violating Chinese law Taipei condemns Beijing report as latest effort to pressure self-ruled island into unification talks
New bankruptcy court created in Shenzhen will handle 'cross-border' cases The court is the latest in a series of moves to create judicial ties between the mainland and Hong Kong
With 1 billion monthly active users, WeChat has been maintaining its stranglehold on China's social media environment
HKEX plans to take a major step towards becoming an entirely paperless bourse by shifting to a fully electronic subscription process, according to two people familiar with the situation
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About 70 per cent of smaller businesses surveyed said they had been hacked or had data compromised Yet only about half carry cybersecurity insurance in city named a top hacking destination, insurer Chubb reports
US authorities probing Huawei for allegedly stealing trade secrets, reports say Eight out of 12 Chinese provinces say they have slashed GDP targets for 2019
SF Lawyers will be headed by Shirley Fu overseeing 20 lawyers The Shanghai firm, set to open later this year, will feature a legal team of 22 lawyers
China's economic ministries line up to send message of confidence to the public Efforts come at a time when slowdown is deepening in the world's No 2 economy
More than half of consumers surveyed said they would be willing to share data with developers Survey comes as Hong Kong moves forward with open banking push
Almost six years after opening, HK$6.6 billion cruise terminal in East Kowloon is still criticised for lack of buzz, transport links Visitors disappointed by lack of shops, food choices and public transport, but operator says terminal is mainly for cruise passengers
Large number of key component suppliers to Chinese tech companies are foreign, says Shaun Roache, Asia-Pacific chief economist at S&P Global Ratings
Analysts say there is a trend among big beauty firms to consolidate numerous brands under their wings and move away from a single-brand model
The sale will keep the 126-year-old retailer alive ... if it survives challenges from some creditors.
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