U.S. Stance on Huawei Still Unclear, But It May Not Matter Much for Chipmakers

U.S. Stance on Huawei Still Unclear, But It May Not Matter Much for Chipmakers

The bigger issue appears to be global, long-term supply and demand issues.

2019 IPO's : 81 Companies Have Taken the Plunge! Well... So Far!

2019 IPO's : 81 Companies Have Taken the Plunge! Well... So Far!

Here's a look at some of the biggest IPO's so far this year.

What to Keep an Eye on In Amazon's Stock Ahead of Prime Day

What to Keep an Eye on In Amazon's Stock Ahead of Prime Day

Looking to take a bite into Amazon? Real Money contributor Stephen Guilfoyle takes a look at Amazon ahead of Prime day.

Chinese Money to Keep World's Oldest Travel Company Afloat

Chinese Money to Keep World's Oldest Travel Company Afloat

The conglomerate Fosun will attempt to resuscitate Thomas Cook, one of Britain's most recognizable brands.

What Trump's Bank Charter Challenge Means for Facebook's Libra

What Trump's Bank Charter Challenge Means for Facebook's Libra

It is unclear how a 'libra' denominated transaction might be governed in the future and it might require the creation of an entirely new oversight entity.

How Jim Cramer Formed WATCH

How Jim Cramer Formed WATCH

Have you heard of Jim Cramer's newest acronym? It's called WATCH. Cramer explains the companies behind WATCH.

Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Resigns in Wake of Epstein Case

Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Resigns in Wake of Epstein Case

Alex Acosta chose to resign as U.S. labor secretary days after criticism of his handling of hedge-fund investor Jeffrey Epstein's sex-crimes case 10 years ago. Acosta at the time was a U.S. attorney in Florida.

Lousy Quarter for Wall Street Traders Adds to Profit Pressures at JPMorgan, Citi

Lousy Quarter for Wall Street Traders Adds to Profit Pressures at JPMorgan, Citi

Big Wall Street firms like JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs, which are scheduled to release their second-quarter results next week, probably suffered revenue declines in their juggernaut bond- and stock-trading divisions, analysts say.

Jim Cramer: Here's How Investors Should React to Market Highs

Jim Cramer: Here's How Investors Should React to Market Highs

Are the market highs making you nervous? Jim Cramer has some advice for retail investors.

Market Action Lacks Enthusiasm

Market Action Lacks Enthusiasm

But the fear of missing out is keeping a strong bid under the market.

Valuation Becomes Less Attractive as Market Soars to New Highs

Valuation Becomes Less Attractive as Market Soars to New Highs

A close look at the charts and data as earnings season approaches.

Updating Net/Nets and Looking at Voxx International

Updating Net/Nets and Looking at Voxx International

The pool of qualifying net/net companies has continued to shrink.

Everybody Wants A Piece Of The Growing E-sports Pie In China

Everybody Wants A Piece Of The Growing E-sports Pie In China

Ann Hand, the CEO of Nasdaq-listed Super League, says China is the place to be if companies want to tap the potential of the fast growing e-sports market China set to become the second biggest e-sports market after the US this year

China Brings In Commerce Ministry Officials To Boost Trade Talks Team

China Brings In Commerce Ministry Officials To Boost Trade Talks Team

Minister Zhong Shan joined discussion this week in a move observers say shows need to involve more experts as negotiations with US get tougher His deputy, Yu Jianhua, is also expected to take more of a role

Another Day, Another Market High? Jim Cramer on the Markets, Libra and Prime Day

Another Day, Another Market High? Jim Cramer on the Markets, Libra and Prime Day

Jim Cramer's got some advice for investors who aren't sure how to react to the Dow and the S&P hitting record highs earlier this week. He's also taking a close look at President Trump's tweets about Facebook's Libra and Jerome Powell's hesitation, and he has some thoughts about Amazon's Prime Day.

AstraZeneca Outlines Drug Pipeline, Partnerships, Pricing Impacts

AstraZeneca Outlines Drug Pipeline, Partnerships, Pricing Impacts

Here's what you need to know if AstraZeneca's pipeline could affect your portfolio.

Beijing To Impose Sanctions On US Firms Involved In US$2.2 Billion Taiwan Arms Deal

Beijing To Impose Sanctions On US Firms Involved In US$2.2 Billion Taiwan Arms Deal

Move necessary to 'protect national interest', foreign ministry says Foreign Minister Wang Yi says US is 'playing with fire' by meddling in Taiwan affairs

European Debt Markets, Uninverting Curve, Facebook's Libra, Trading Costco

European Debt Markets, Uninverting Curve, Facebook's Libra, Trading Costco

This matters: Why the sudden 'weakness' across European debt markets?

Colgate-Palmolive to Buy Filorga Skin Care Business for $1.69 Billion

Colgate-Palmolive to Buy Filorga Skin Care Business for $1.69 Billion

Colgate-Palmolive is buying the skin care business of the French company Laboratoires Filorga Cosmetiques for about $1.69 billion.

Chinese Estates' Joseph Lau Pockets HK$15 Million Paper Gain After Buying Shares Of Troubled Developer Future Land

Chinese Estates' Joseph Lau Pockets HK$15 Million Paper Gain After Buying Shares Of Troubled Developer Future Land

Share purchase underscores how Chinese Estates has been quietly morphing into a financial holding company Future Land shares have rebounded since they were clobbered in the wake of revelation of the arrest of its founder Wang Zhenhua on a charge of child molestation on July 3

China Yet To Meet Donald Trump's Demand To Purchase More Farm Goods As US-China Trade Crumbles

China Yet To Meet Donald Trump's Demand To Purchase More Farm Goods As US-China Trade Crumbles

The US trade deficit with China expanded from US$26.90 billion in May to US$29.92 billion in June, an increase of 11 per cent American figures show that since a 'goodwill' purchase of soybeans before the G20 summit, China's purchases of US farm goods have declined

Will Earnings Season Upset This Complacent Market?

Will Earnings Season Upset This Complacent Market?

The indices are in good shape technically, although there was choppy and inconsistent action under the surface Thursday.

Hong Kong, China Stocks Advance As Clearer Federal Reserve Signal Of Lower Interest Rate Buoys Investors' Sentiments

Hong Kong, China Stocks Advance As Clearer Federal Reserve Signal Of Lower Interest Rate Buoys Investors' Sentiments

Selective banks and insurers led both the Hang Seng and Shanghai indexes higher Friday The gains could be fleeting, as weak June import and export data showed US China trade war began to strain world's second biggest economy

Chinese Manufacturers Returning Home From 'inefficient' Vietnam Despite US Trade War Tariffs

Chinese Manufacturers Returning Home From 'inefficient' Vietnam Despite US Trade War Tariffs

Rising costs of labour and land in Southeast Asian nation, as well as inability to find 'efficient' workers, forcing some firms to reconsider fleeing Donald Trump's tariffs President Xi Jinping agreed a tariff truce with his US counterpart at the G20 summit in Osaka, but firms now exploring options in Thailand, Bangladesh and Myanmar

The Biggest Takeaway From Jerome Powell's Testimony

The Biggest Takeaway From Jerome Powell's Testimony

Curious about what investors should be paying attention to now that we've heard from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's testimony in front of the House Financial Committee.

Facebook's Libra, Boeing, CannTrust, Ford, Dow Futures - 5 Things You Must Know

Facebook's Libra, Boeing, CannTrust, Ford, Dow Futures - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures point to more records for Wall Street as investors continue to expect interest rate support from the Federal Reserve; Donald Trump isn't a fan of cryptocurrencies like Facebook's Libra; the program manager for Boeing's troubled 737 MAX program will retire; Volkswagen will inject $2.6 billion into Ford's self-driving unit, a report says.

Hellobike Plans To Lead China's Two-wheeler Transport Market As Bike-sharing Rivals Struggle

Hellobike Plans To Lead China's Two-wheeler Transport Market As Bike-sharing Rivals Struggle

Shanghai-based firm will offer a range of two-wheeler options, including bicycles as well as electric bikes and scooters

Budweiser Fails To Price Its IPO As Scheduled; Share Must Price By Monday, Brokers Say

Budweiser Fails To Price Its IPO As Scheduled; Share Must Price By Monday, Brokers Say

Budweiser will need to price its Hong Kong shares by Monday to achieve a successful listing on July 19 Share seen as lacking deep institutional support

China Should Avoid Moves Seen As 'trying To Split Europe', Former European Commission Chief Says

China Should Avoid Moves Seen As 'trying To Split Europe', Former European Commission Chief Says

Romano Prodi singles out Beijing-led '16+1' platform, saying it isn't in the country's interest to create division He also calls on EU to build a 'shared decision-making process' with China for projects under the Belt and Road Initiative

China Loans Jump In June As Beijing Steps Up Credit Support To Boost Economy Amid US Trade War

China Loans Jump In June As Beijing Steps Up Credit Support To Boost Economy Amid US Trade War

New bank lending rises 1.66 trillion yuan (US$242 billion) in June, the largest increase since January's record Analysts expect additional fiscal and monetary easing later this year in response to impact from protracted trade war with the United States's