Vivo Offers New Smartphone With 5G, 4G Versions As China Demand For Advanced Service Still In Early Days

Vivo Offers New Smartphone With 5G, 4G Versions As China Demand For Advanced Service Still In Early Days

Less than 1 million 5G smartphones are forecast to sell in China this year, according to IDC That number is projected to grow to 57 million next year as 5G network services expand

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Seeks To Manage Expectations In Moscow

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Seeks To Manage Expectations In Moscow

Agriculture deals may soften blow of US trade war but analysts say Russia is looking for more investment from China

Oil Prices, Saudi Attacks, GM, Purdue Pharma, Apple - 5 Things You Must Know

Oil Prices, Saudi Attacks, GM, Purdue Pharma, Apple - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures tumble as oil prices surge the most in more than two decades following an attack on two key Saudi Arabian oil facilities; Donald Trump says he will authorize the release of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve if needed to keep the market supplied; General Motors slumps after the Auto Workers union goes on strike.

Jim Cramer: Here Are the Real Winners and Losers From the Saudi Oil Attacks

Jim Cramer: Here Are the Real Winners and Losers From the Saudi Oil Attacks

Algorithmic traders, along with the Chinese and the Saudis, will feel the outcome of the oil attacks.

Can Surprise Hits And Cash Boosts Revive Hong Kong's Faded Film Industry?

Can Surprise Hits And Cash Boosts Revive Hong Kong's Faded Film Industry?

Decades on from the local industry's heyday, small films by debut directors have won attention at home and abroad With government funding set to get a cash injection, some see a glimmer of hope for the once-proud local scene

China Economic Slowdown Sparks Debate Over What Caused The Slump, And How Beijing Should Intervene

China Economic Slowdown Sparks Debate Over What Caused The Slump, And How Beijing Should Intervene

How much of China's economic slowdown is the fault of the US trade war is a topic of discussion, with many analysts pointing to structural issues in Chinese economy Economists also argue over the level of government intervention required to stimulate an economy that is growing at its slowest rate in decades

Burlington Stores Chief Financial Officer Mark Katz Resigns

Burlington Stores Chief Financial Officer Mark Katz Resigns

John Crimmins, executive vice president, finance and chief accounting officer, is appointed interim finance chief at the off-price retailer.

A Resilient Market Shrugs Off a Trio of Dramatic Events

A Resilient Market Shrugs Off a Trio of Dramatic Events

The news on momentum stocks, bonds and oil has not roiled the market as many would expect.

Chinese State Media Hits Out At Facebook For 'suppressing Voices Of Justice' In Hong Kong

Chinese State Media Hits Out At Facebook For 'suppressing Voices Of Justice' In Hong Kong

People's Daily says Facebook gave 'rioters special privileges to disseminate fake news', while Global Times calls for it to be put on unreliable entity list It comes after social media giant suspended one outlet's page and the city's police reporting hotlines on messaging service WhatsApp

US-China Trade War Pessimism Has Created Investment Opportunities, Asset Manager Merian Global Says

US-China Trade War Pessimism Has Created Investment Opportunities, Asset Manager Merian Global Says

Firm's largest investments are in Chinese technology giants Tencent and Alibaba, as well as Ping An Insurance Investors are bearish and nervous, which has made equities cheap as an asset class, Nick Payne, Merian Global's head of global emerging markets, says

Brent Oil Went Up on Saudi Attacks, But Where Does It Go Now?

Brent Oil Went Up on Saudi Attacks, But Where Does It Go Now?

The problem with the oil market is not one of supply, it is one of demand.

Majority Of Hong Kong Residents Do Not Perceive It As A Smart City According To New Google Report

Majority Of Hong Kong Residents Do Not Perceive It As A Smart City According To New Google Report

Hong Kong's leaders have been pushing digital initiatives in an effort to better compete with regional rivals such as Singapore and Japan

China Corn Industry Also Hit By African Swine Fever As Demand For Pig Feed Drops

China Corn Industry Also Hit By African Swine Fever As Demand For Pig Feed Drops

China grew 257 million tonnes in 2018 or 40 per cent of the country's overall grain production, comprising 7.8 per cent of gross domestic product Private estimates show China's pig population has dropped by as much as 60 per cent, while corn imports could also increase as part of US-China trade war deal

China's US$64 Billion Property Management Market Ripe For Consolidation As Developers Seek Growth Amid Slowdown

China's US$64 Billion Property Management Market Ripe For Consolidation As Developers Seek Growth Amid Slowdown

Hong Kong-listed property managers spent more than US$424 million on mergers and acquisitions last year, up from US$141.5 million in 2015 DBS Bank expects China Resources Land, Shimao Property, Central China Real Estate and R&F Properties to spin off their property management arms

Hong Kong Stocks Drop Most In Three Weeks, Weighed Down By Protests, Weak China Data

Hong Kong Stocks Drop Most In Three Weeks, Weighed Down By Protests, Weak China Data

Demonstrators continued to battle with police over the weekend, setting fire at entrance to subway station in Wan Chai and forcing closures of shops China's industrial production, retail sales and fixed-asset investment all fell short of estimates in August

GM Strike Is Example Of How US Labour Unions Are Killing Manufacturing, Says 'American Factory' Boss

GM Strike Is Example Of How US Labour Unions Are Killing Manufacturing, Says 'American Factory' Boss

Cao Dewang, the Chinese owner of the Fuyao Glass America factory, was speaking for the first time since the documentary film premiered on Netflix last month On Sunday, the United Auto Workers (UAW) union called a strike of its 49,000 members at General Motors plants in the United States

Taiwan Tries To Stop Solomon Islands' Diplomatic Switch To Beijing

Taiwan Tries To Stop Solomon Islands' Diplomatic Switch To Beijing

Taipei's deputy foreign minister, Szu-Chien Hsu, leads delegation to Honiara less than a week before decision expected

Mengniu Dairy Moves To Buy Australia Baby Milk Formula Maker Bellamy For US$1 Billion As Part Of Global Expansion Goals

Mengniu Dairy Moves To Buy Australia Baby Milk Formula Maker Bellamy For US$1 Billion As Part Of Global Expansion Goals

Deal accepted by Bellamy but must be approved by Australian board Takeover would strengthen Mengniu both in home and foreign markets

Hong Kong's Financial War Chest Is Big Enough To Withstand Any 1998-like Short Sellers' Attack, Says Monetary Authority's Chief

Hong Kong's Financial War Chest Is Big Enough To Withstand Any 1998-like Short Sellers' Attack, Says Monetary Authority's Chief

Hong Kong financial market is much bigger two decades later, making it too expensive for short-sellers to successfully attack No evidence of big capital flight due to protests, Chan says

China's Industrial Engine Slowed To New 17-year Low In August, Even Before New US Trade War Tariffs Took Effect

China's Industrial Engine Slowed To New 17-year Low In August, Even Before New US Trade War Tariffs Took Effect

Industrial production, which measures industrial output grew at 4.4 per cent last month, down from 4.8 per cent in July and the lowest growth since February 2002 Retail sales, a key metric of consumption in the world's most populous nation, grew by 7.5 per cent, below analysts' forecasts

Drone Strikes on Saudi Oil Facilities, Saudi Stocks Take Hit Sunday

Drone Strikes on Saudi Oil Facilities, Saudi Stocks Take Hit Sunday

Drone strikes spark raging fires at two Saudi Aramco plants in the heart of the kingdom's oil industry, including the world's biggest petroleum processing facility.

London Stock Exchange Rejection 'shows Hong Kong Can't Make It Alone'

London Stock Exchange Rejection 'shows Hong Kong Can't Make It Alone'

City must align with China's national interests to the make the most of the country's opportunities, Communist Party mouthpiece says

Hong Kong Financial Secretary Paul Chan Pledges To Speed Up Infrastructure Works To Boost Job Opportunities And Revive Economy

Hong Kong Financial Secretary Paul Chan Pledges To Speed Up Infrastructure Works To Boost Job Opportunities And Revive Economy

Annual capital works expenditure may rise to more than HK$100 billion every year over next few years, from HK$80 billion a year now, Chan writes on blog He hopes investment in infrastructure will boost economic growth and improve livelihoods in challenging times

HKEX's Bid For London Bourse Highlights Flurry Of Big-ticket M&A Deals, Doubts About Hong Kong's 'gateway To China' Future

HKEX's Bid For London Bourse Highlights Flurry Of Big-ticket M&A Deals, Doubts About Hong Kong's 'gateway To China' Future

Hong Kong operator's US$36.6 billion takeover bid is the largest ever 2019 has seen deals and proposals totalling US$66.08 billion - by far the most on record

Avoid the 'Lunacy' of After-Hours Trading, Jim Cramer Says

Avoid the 'Lunacy' of After-Hours Trading, Jim Cramer Says

Jim says after-hours action can be 'crazy' -- just look at what happened when Palo Alto Networks reported earnings.

Should Investors Be Optimistic About U.S.-China Trade Talks?

Should Investors Be Optimistic About U.S.-China Trade Talks?

Need some advice when it comes to U.S.-China trade talks?

Hong Kong Protests A Minor Blip For Strategic Investors In Home-grown Start-ups As They Focus On Long-term Potential

Hong Kong Protests A Minor Blip For Strategic Investors In Home-grown Start-ups As They Focus On Long-term Potential

Hong Kong-based AngelHub and WHub raise US$3 million in funding from TNG Fintech Group and Kharis Capital

HSBC Chairman Mark Tucker Condemns Violent Protests In Hong Kong

HSBC Chairman Mark Tucker Condemns Violent Protests In Hong Kong

Tucker says the bank remains confident about the city's future but solution to crisis must be within 'one country, two systems'

Hong Kong International Airport Posts Biggest Monthly Drop In Travellers Since 2009, With 851,000 Fewer Passengers In August Amid Anti-government Protest Crisis

Hong Kong International Airport Posts Biggest Monthly Drop In Travellers Since 2009, With 851,000 Fewer Passengers In August Amid Anti-government Protest Crisis

Airport handled 5.99 million passengers in August, a drop of 12.4 per cent compared to same month last year Decline was biggest drop since June 2009, which posted a fall of 18.9 per cent

IPOs Return To Hong Kong After Slow Summer, But Trade War, Protests Could Rain On Market Sentiment, Experts Say

IPOs Return To Hong Kong After Slow Summer, But Trade War, Protests Could Rain On Market Sentiment, Experts Say

ESR Cayman, Anheuser-Busch InBev have revived shelved listings in Hong Kong Improved investor sentiment could extend the window for new listings, according to Credit Suisse