Overbought technical conditions, negative seasonality and the likelihood of higher tariffs are not stopping the indices just yet.
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U.S. stock futures fall on reports Donald Trump is ready to impose tariffs on $200 billion worth of China-made goods as early as Monday; Elon Musk says Tesla is in 'delivery logistics hell'; Oracle and FedEx to report earnings.
LMT spiked right through a couple of points of resistance late last week.
Global stocks weakened Monday as investors pulled cash from risk markets around the world amid reports that President Donald Trump is ready to impose tariffs on $200 billion worth of China-made goods as early as today while official in Beijing have vowed to retaliate to protect the nation's interests.
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Britain could spiral into recession if it leaves the European Union without a bespoke trade deal, the International Monetary Fund warned Monday, and economic growth will slow regardless of what deal it reaches over trade and tariffs with Brussels.
Deutsche Bank said Monday that it has been transitioning its business away from London, including the shifting and ring fencing of financial assets, thanks in part to the uncertainty surrounding Britain's exit from the European Union.
Veteran bank analyst Mike Mayo, now with Wells Fargo Securities, pointed to a host of reasons on why the banking sector is stronger ten years after the 2008 financial crisis.
U.S. tech stocks could be the among the most vulnerable to downside risk if President Donald Trump goes ahead with his threat to impose tariffs on $200 billion worth of China-made goods and officials in Beijing strike back with targeted disruptions to the sector's supply chain.
Chinese vice-premier attended conference where a series of speakers called for the private sector to play a greater role in the country's development
As trading reopens in Hong Kong, insurance stocks head south
The actress, one of China's highest-earning entertainers, has not been seen in public since the July scandal. Her disappearance poses some difficult questions for the luxury brands she endorses
Analyst suspects speculative trading has played a part in the wild swings of several recent Chinese IPOs
Taobao's Lu Ke app comes amid an explosion in popularity for short video apps in China
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Heavyweights in artificial intelligence gather in Shanghai to look at technologies promising to revolutionise everything from health care to driving to policing.
Road maps, timetables 'already very clear' and will be implemented, People's Bank of China governor Yi Gang tells economists' forum
Although city is famous for multimillion-dollar items going under the hammer, the most regular auction is held by the Government Logistics Department
Hong Kong trails mainland China in 'insurtech,' but its insurance companies are trying out tools that boost efficiency and cut costs.
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Hongkongers' ignorance of their life expectancy has left them ill-prepared for retirement. Stakeholders such as the government, insurers and medical providers should work closely to provide adequate coverage, according to specialised reinsurance firm Swiss Re
Historically, the financial services industry has not served women particularly well, tending to make female clients feel undervalued and thus engendering little trust in their financial advisors.
'Prudent' monetary policy is binding the country's hands, former official argues
Kailong to have co-working spaces at all of its commercial properties in the city
Greenland Holdings, 46.4 per cent owned by Shanghai's government, is in talks to take over control of Hsin Chong and its unit, using them as platforms for fundraising and for bidding for overseas projects along the belt and road plan
Although Hong Kong has no say in its foreign affairs, it cannot ignore fact that Beijing occasionally reviews city's role according to latest global situation