China's Two Weeks Of Schmoozing And Snoozing End Not With A Bang But A Whimper

China's Two Weeks Of Schmoozing And Snoozing End Not With A Bang But A Whimper

At Li Keqiang's press conference to end China's annual legislative gathering, reporters' hopes they would get to pose a question on one of the burning topics of the day were quickly dashed

Li Keqiang Says It's Time For Chinese Government To 'turn The Blade Inward' To Boost Jobs Growth

Li Keqiang Says It's Time For Chinese Government To 'turn The Blade Inward' To Boost Jobs Growth

Premier promises 11 million new jobs as Beijing tries to ensure social stability Tax cuts and reduced red tape planned to help private firms

It's a Trading Range Market...Let's Trade It

It's a Trading Range Market...Let's Trade It

That means focusing on the action in individual stocks.

Tesla, Facebook, Broadcom, Oracle and Volkswagen - 5 Things You Must Know

Tesla, Facebook, Broadcom, Oracle and Volkswagen - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures rise Friday on a report the U.S. and China are making progress on a trade agreement; Tesla unveils its Model Y SUV with a starting price of $47,000; Facebook loses two top executives; Broadcom posts a big earnings beat.

Oversold Rally Leaves Much to Be Desired

Oversold Rally Leaves Much to Be Desired

Several different indicators were set to get oversold between March 8 and Friday, March 15. Now let's look at how the indicators have fared. Warning: This young rally has much to complain about.

Jim Cramer: Tariffs Are Not Yet Hurting American Investors

Gary Cohen says that tariffs are impacting the American consumer, but Jim Cramer thinks that the tariffs haven't hit American Investors just yet.

Premier Li Keqiang Reassures Hong Kong Over Mainland China's Foreign Investment Law

Premier Li Keqiang Reassures Hong Kong Over Mainland China's Foreign Investment Law

Some in the city worried it would miss out on benefits of tweaks to how overseas companies are treated But premier offers highest-level affirmation yet that it will not

Baidu To Speed Up Promotion Of Younger Talent As 53-year-old President Zhang Yaqin Opts For Retirement

Baidu To Speed Up Promotion Of Younger Talent As 53-year-old President Zhang Yaqin Opts For Retirement

Zhang Yaqin, president of new business at Baidu, becomes first executive at search engine giant to opt for retirement Baidu to promote more employees in their 20s and 30s to management ranks

Huawei And Canada Are Victims Of Technology Stand-off Between US And China, Founder Of Telecoms Giant Says

Huawei And Canada Are Victims Of Technology Stand-off Between US And China, Founder Of Telecoms Giant Says

Ren Zhengfei says US's case against his daughter Meng Wanzhou should not damage his company's relationship with Canada

China New Home Prices Grew At Their Slowest Pace In 10 Months In February, But Property Market Expected To Bottom Out

China New Home Prices Grew At Their Slowest Pace In 10 Months In February, But Property Market Expected To Bottom Out

Prices edged up by 0.53 per cent last month, their slowest pace since April 2018, in 70 cities monitored by the government

Macau Extends Gambling Licenses For SJM And MGM China Until 2022 To Synchronise Expiry Date Of All Six Casino Concessions

Macau Extends Gambling Licenses For SJM And MGM China Until 2022 To Synchronise Expiry Date Of All Six Casino Concessions

With the extension, the casino concessions of SJM and MGM China would be synchronised with Sands China, Wynn Macau, Galaxy Entertainment and Melco Resorts SJM and MGM China each has to pay the Macau government 200 million patacas (US$24.7 million) for the extension

Huawei Targets 50 Per Cent Smartphone Market Share In China On Way To Wresting Global Crown From Samsung

Huawei Targets 50 Per Cent Smartphone Market Share In China On Way To Wresting Global Crown From Samsung

Huawei is on track to ship 250 million to 260 million handsets globally this year Huawei is third-biggest smartphone vendor in the world after Samsung and Apple

All Mainland China Markets Open Higher, With Consumer Stocks Leading In Shenzhen

All Mainland China Markets Open Higher, With Consumer Stocks Leading In Shenzhen

Hong Kong market opens flat Insurer AIA reports 60 per cent drop in net profit for 2018, worse than Bloomberg forecast

China Approves New Foreign Investment Law Designed To Level Domestic Playing Field For Overseas Investors

China Approves New Foreign Investment Law Designed To Level Domestic Playing Field For Overseas Investors

Attempt by Beijing to address key issues raised by US President Donald Trump as part of the US-China trade war including forced technology transfer and market access Draft had received a lukewarm reception, but was approved by the vast majority of the National People's Congress lawmakers on Friday in Beijing

China's US$59 Billion Internet And Technology Bubble Will Trap Many Private-equity Investors When It Bursts, Bain Says

China's US$59 Billion Internet And Technology Bubble Will Trap Many Private-equity Investors When It Bursts, Bain Says

Investors are stuck with overhang of portfolio companies bought at high valuations amid worsening outlook Median return fell to less than two times in 2016-18 from 4.7 times in 2014-15

China And US Make 'concrete Progress' On Trade Deal Text

China And US Make 'concrete Progress' On Trade Deal Text

Xinhua reports phone conversation between Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US' Robert Lighthizer and Steven Mnuchin Donald Trump expects outcome in three to four weeks

Boeing Stock Slips After Halting New 737 Max Deliveries

Boeing Stock Slips After Halting New 737 Max Deliveries

Boeing's stock continued its slide Thursday evening in after-hours trading following aircraft maker's decision to temporarily halt deliveries of its 737 Max jets.

Danger: Don't Get Caught on the Wrong Side of This Market

Danger: Don't Get Caught on the Wrong Side of This Market

Jokes and pessimism about the potential of a meaningful trade deal with China miss the point.

Oracle Shares Seesawing After Company Beats On Top and Bottom Lines

Oracle Shares Seesawing After Company Beats On Top and Bottom Lines

Oracle beat analyst consensus estimates, and the stock is flickering in and out of the green.

Stocks End Mixed as Sentiment Is Dented on China Trade Talk Concerns

Stocks End Mixed as Sentiment Is Dented on China Trade Talk Concerns

The Dow Jones Industrial Average held close to breakeven Thursday.

U.K. Lawmakers Vote to Seek Extension of March 29 Brexit Deadline

U.K. Lawmakers Vote to Seek Extension of March 29 Brexit Deadline

U.K. lawmakers voted overwhelming in favor of a government motion to ask the European Union for an extension to the March 29 deadline for Britain to leave the European Union in order to allow for more time to establish a majority for Britain's post-Brexit future.

Retail Sales to Rebound as Delayed Tax Refunds Arrive: Bank of America

Retail Sales to Rebound as Delayed Tax Refunds Arrive: Bank of America

U.S. retail sales excluding autos slipped by 0.1% in February, Bank of America says in a report that cited the bank's own credit- and debit-card spending data. The decline was partly caused by delays in tax refunds, which hit low-income households especially hard.

Hong Kong Slips To 22nd Spot Globally In Home Price Inflation As Property Curbs Bite, Survey Finds

Hong Kong Slips To 22nd Spot Globally In Home Price Inflation As Property Curbs Bite, Survey Finds

Hong Kong tumbles from the world's hottest market as home price gains ease to 5.8 per cent last year, according to Knight Frank's global index

Tailored Brands Plummets After Company Reports Dismal Guidance

Tailored Brands Plummets After Company Reports Dismal Guidance

The owner of Men's Wearhouse and JoS. A. Bank Clothiers issues guidance well below analysts' expectations.

Apple Coverage Initiated by Cowen With an Outperform Rating

Apple Coverage Initiated by Cowen With an Outperform Rating

The new Apple analyst is far more bullish than most on Wall Street.

We're in the Middle of a Sucker Rally Right Now

We're in the Middle of a Sucker Rally Right Now

In a market full of noise it pays to focus on individual fundamentals. One of my favorite phrases is 'cash flow never lies.'

Huawei Pleads Not Guilty To US Charges Of Bank Fraud And Violating Iran Sanctions In Case That Triggered A Global Firestorm

Huawei Pleads Not Guilty To US Charges Of Bank Fraud And Violating Iran Sanctions In Case That Triggered A Global Firestorm

The world's largest telecoms equipment maker also faces charges of obstructing justice, becoming a lightning rod for Donald Trump's tough China policies. A court process for the case is to be set at the next hearing on April 4

New Home Sales in U.S. Fall Faster Than Expected in January

New Home Sales in U.S. Fall Faster Than Expected in January

New home sales in the U.S. totaled 607,000 in January, down from 652,000 in December, the Census Bureau reports. The drop was steeper than projected by economists, who had estimated January sales at 620,000.

'Policy Relaxation' To Rekindle China Homes Prices Later This Year, Says Hong Kong-listed Developer

'Policy Relaxation' To Rekindle China Homes Prices Later This Year, Says Hong Kong-listed Developer

Cifi Holdings expects China home prices to accelerate in the second half Guangzhou and Heze among mainland cities that have already begun unwinding property-cooling measures

3 Interesting Stocks I'm Watching Right Now

3 Interesting Stocks I'm Watching Right Now

The S&P 500 can afford to give back a pretty good chunk here without doing any technical damage.