Elon Musk to Unveil Tesla's Model Y SUV on Thursday

Elon Musk to Unveil Tesla's Model Y SUV on Thursday

Tesla is scheduled Thursday to unveil the Model Y, the electric carmaker's compact SUV.

Mutual Funds, Eviscerated by ETFs, Face New Humiliation, Moody's Says

Mutual Funds, Eviscerated by ETFs, Face New Humiliation, Moody's Says

Moody's Investors Service predicts active stock- and bond-picking firms' share of the money-management industry will be overtaken as soon as 2021 by 'passive' vehicles like index-tracking mutual funds and exchange-traded funds.

Hong Kong Man Who Has Spent 10 Years In Jail In Mainland China Over Mortgage Deal Is Warning Sign Over Proposed Extradition Treaty, Says Lawmaker James To

Hong Kong Man Who Has Spent 10 Years In Jail In Mainland China Over Mortgage Deal Is Warning Sign Over Proposed Extradition Treaty, Says Lawmaker James To

Democratic Party lawmaker James To was contacted by the businessman's family for help To says case justifies opposition to proposal to change law over transfer of fugitives

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Heads To Brussels In Wake Of EU Report Calling For Tougher Stance Towards Beijing

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Heads To Brussels In Wake Of EU Report Calling For Tougher Stance Towards Beijing

Beijing will push European counterparts to promote multilateralism despite report from Commission that labelled China as a 'systemic rival'

Is the Market Manipulated, Irrational or Just Plain Crazy?

Is the Market Manipulated, Irrational or Just Plain Crazy?

There are always good opportunities if you have the right mindset.

Market Sentiment, Pondering Boeing, Trading Adobe: Market Recon

Market Sentiment, Pondering Boeing, Trading Adobe: Market Recon

At least those among you who still choose to take a flyer on Boeing will do so better informed.

Facebook, Tesla, Boeing, Adobe and Uber - 5 Things You Must Know

Facebook, Tesla, Boeing, Adobe and Uber - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures turn lower after a report says a summit between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping won't happen in March; Boeing's 737 MAX 8 jet is grounded by U.S. authorities; Federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into data deals reached by Facebook, a report says; Tesla will unveil its Model Y SUV on Thursday.

Delayed Economic Data Had an Effect on Stocks

Delayed Economic Data Had an Effect on Stocks

Stocks rallied during the government shutdown, bucking the historical trend. But there was a critical difference this time around.

Huawei Confirms It Has Built Its Own Operating System Just In Case US Tensions Disrupt Use Of Google's Android

Huawei Confirms It Has Built Its Own Operating System Just In Case US Tensions Disrupt Use Of Google's Android

A previous US ban on Chinese telecoms equipment maker ZTE from using American products and services served as a reality check for China's technology ambitions Huawei says it would only use its own OS in "extenuating circumstances"

China Puts Margin Financing Under Scrutiny As Stock Market Froth Evokes Memories Of 2015 Rout

China Puts Margin Financing Under Scrutiny As Stock Market Froth Evokes Memories Of 2015 Rout

New retail investors piling into stocks at the fastest pace in almost a year Margin trading funded by licensed brokerages at a safe level currently - 61 per cent below 2015 peak

Swire Pacific Posts Record Sales And 85 Per Cent Jump In 2018 Profit, Marking A Successful Handover Of Reins To Family Scion

Swire Pacific Posts Record Sales And 85 Per Cent Jump In 2018 Profit, Marking A Successful Handover Of Reins To Family Scion

Swire Pacific's 2018 profit was helped by a turnaround in the financial performance of Cathay Pacific Airways and disposals of non-core assets Merlin Swire, the sixth-generation descendant of the group's founder, took over as chairman last July

Skyscanner The Best Website For Cheap Flights But Savvy Travellers Should Shop Around, Says Hong Kong Consumer Watchdog

Skyscanner The Best Website For Cheap Flights But Savvy Travellers Should Shop Around, Says Hong Kong Consumer Watchdog

Consumer Council urges fliers to do their research after finding that not all websites are created equal Study finds that prices can vary across internet and are not always available when it comes to paying for a ticket

Telecom, Ping An Insurance Shares Rise In Hong Kong; China Stocks Mixed On Data Showing Continuing Economic Weakness

Telecom, Ping An Insurance Shares Rise In Hong Kong; China Stocks Mixed On Data Showing Continuing Economic Weakness

Telecom stocks get boost after China Unicom reports five-fold jump in net profit Cathay Pacific shares rise after it reports net profit following two straight years of losses

China's AI Research Quickly Catching Up To US In This New Metric: Number Of Citations

China's AI Research Quickly Catching Up To US In This New Metric: Number Of Citations

China's ambition is to create a domestic AI industry worth US$147 billion and become a global AI powerhouse by 2030

Facebook Probe Leads to Subpoenas of Smartphone Cos.: New York Times

Facebook Probe Leads to Subpoenas of Smartphone Cos.: New York Times

At least two smartphone makers have been subpoenaed in a U.S. Department of Justice probe over data-sharing agreements with Facebook, according to a New York Times report.

Uber's Self-Driving Car Poised to Get $1 Billion Boost

Uber's Self-Driving Car Poised to Get $1 Billion Boost

Uber Technologies is close to snagging $1 billion or more for its self-driving car unit under a financing deal in the works with SoftBank Group and other investors.

Build New Global Alliances To Limit China's 'illicit Practices', US Senators Urged

Build New Global Alliances To Limit China's 'illicit Practices', US Senators Urged

Unilateral US action on trade alone will not stop China from violating international norms, security experts tell Senate panel 'China can substitute its trade by going somewhere else,' Oriana Mastro, a political military affairs strategist at the US Air Force Reserve, told the hearing

How China's Online Opinion Leaders - Or KOLs - Convert Fans To Sales, Creating A Nearly US$9 Billion Industry

How China's Online Opinion Leaders - Or KOLs - Convert Fans To Sales, Creating A Nearly US$9 Billion Industry

More than 70 per cent of Chinese Gen Z consumers prefer buying products directly via social media In 2016, China's KOL economy was valued at about 58 billion yuan (US$8.6 billion)

When the Buying Is Working, Why Stop?

When the Buying Is Working, Why Stop?

FOMO is a very powerful force.

Stocks End Higher, Shrugging Off Brexit and Boeing Concerns

Stocks End Higher, Shrugging Off Brexit and Boeing Concerns

Stocks ended higher Wednesday as Wall Street looks past uncertainty about Brexit and worries about Boeing after the United States became the latest country to ground the 737 Max 8.

How Much Alphabet Could Net From Uber and Lyft IPOs

How Much Alphabet Could Net From Uber and Lyft IPOs

Alphabet is going to cash in when Uber and Lyft go public.

Lost Opportunities Are the Cost of Premature Bearishness

Lost Opportunities Are the Cost of Premature Bearishness

You can make more money staying with a trend late in the game then you will lose by being caught in a turn.

Ford Confirms It Will Cut Salaried Workers - Report

Ford Confirms It Will Cut Salaried Workers - Report

Ford says it will provide details of the job cuts 'once the process is complete in the second quarter.'

Jim Cramer: Buy Aurora Cannabis Because Nelson Peltz Knows What Can Go Right

Jim Cramer: Buy Aurora Cannabis Because Nelson Peltz Knows What Can Go Right

I know that Nelson is fascinated by the medicinal properties chiefly as a replacement for opioids, the scourge of this country.

Nasdaq 100 and Composite Poised to Lead the Market Higher

Nasdaq 100 and Composite Poised to Lead the Market Higher

We now suspect the markets will become much more selective regarding upward participation.

Jim Cramer: When Is a Company Cutting Costs to Be Healthy?

Jim Cramer has some advice for investors keeping an eye on companies that are cutting costs to be healthy.

U.S. Durable Goods Orders Unexpectedly Fall in New Sign of Slowdown

U.S. Durable Goods Orders Unexpectedly Fall in New Sign of Slowdown

The Census Bureau reports that new orders for manufactured durable goods orders outside of the transportation industry fell by 0.1% in January. Economists were calling for a 0.2% increase.

Asia Assesses Costs as Nations Bar Boeing's 737 Max From Airspace

Asia Assesses Costs as Nations Bar Boeing's 737 Max From Airspace

China, home to 22% of the 737 Max planes in operation so far, was the first nation to ground the plane.

Why Jim Cramer Says No to Breaking Up Big Tech

Why Jim Cramer Says No to Breaking Up Big Tech

Jim Cramer doesn't think that big tech should be broken up. Here's why.

Why Investors Should Be Wary of Multiple Expansion: Jim Cramer

Why Investors Should Be Wary of Multiple Expansion: Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer breaks down why investors should be careful about paying more for the same earnings estimate.