Tilray Has Rebased and Looks Poised to Rally Again - Consider Buying Strength

Tilray Has Rebased and Looks Poised to Rally Again - Consider Buying Strength

Let's check out the charts and indicators for this so-called pot play.

Disgraced Hong Kong Official Patrick Ho Compares Himself To Huawei Boss Sabrina Meng And Claims He Is First 'sacrificial Lamb' In US-China Trade War

Disgraced Hong Kong Official Patrick Ho Compares Himself To Huawei Boss Sabrina Meng And Claims He Is First 'sacrificial Lamb' In US-China Trade War

City's former home affairs minister has been found guilty of bribery and money laundering in New York Southern District Court Prosecutors have asked judge to send him to jail for five years, saying Ho has shown no remorse for his crimes

Married Hong Kong Woman Seeks Repayment Of HK$333,650 She Paid Into Five Bank Accounts To Receive Gift Package From 'American Pilot' She Met On Facebook

Married Hong Kong Woman Seeks Repayment Of HK$333,650 She Paid Into Five Bank Accounts To Receive Gift Package From 'American Pilot' She Met On Facebook

Cheng Shuk-ying said in a writ she followed an employee's instructions to pay fines, hire security guards and settle taxes for delivery She is now demanding full repayment plus interest from holders of five Hong Kong bank accounts she deposited money into

Free Markets, the Scourge of Socialism, Tencent Music Earnings: Market Recon

Free Markets, the Scourge of Socialism, Tencent Music Earnings: Market Recon

You may recall that TME, the Chinese Music streaming business that IPO'd last December, while not a trade related play, certainly would be a Chinese growth play.

Are Market Players Too Bullish? Far From It

Are Market Players Too Bullish? Far From It

Investors are still 'climbing a wall of worry,' so stay with the trend and try to ride the upside as long as it continues.

Nuclear Shares Soar After China Plans To Invest US$12 Billion In New Reactors For First Time Since 2016

Nuclear Shares Soar After China Plans To Invest US$12 Billion In New Reactors For First Time Since 2016

The four new reactors will adopt China's domestically developed Hualong One third generation nuclear reactor design, an official statement says

Xiaomi Rebounds With 13.5 Billion Yuan Annual Profit, Targets Greater International Expansion

Xiaomi Rebounds With 13.5 Billion Yuan Annual Profit, Targets Greater International Expansion

Beijing-based company was one of the few companies in the smartphone industry to maintain high growth in 2018

US-China Trade War Could Slash US$1 Trillion From US Economy In A Decade Warns Chamber Of Commerce

US-China Trade War Could Slash US$1 Trillion From US Economy In A Decade Warns Chamber Of Commerce

New study from the US Chamber of Commerce finds that should tariffs increase, US gross domestic product, employment, investment and trade will all decline Research focuses on the information communications technology sector, which is set to be among the hardest-hit by a prolonged trade war

Elon Musk, Tilray, the Federal Reserve and Nvidia - 5 Things You Must Know

Elon Musk, Tilray, the Federal Reserve and Nvidia - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures rise modestly ahead of the start of the two-day Federal Reserve meeting; the SEC blasts Tesla CEO Elon Musk for his alleged failure to abide by an agreement to curb his 'reckless' tweets; cannabis company Tilray beats revenue estimates.

Fed Chair Jerome Powell Faces Complex Task on Rates as Data Weakens, Wages Rise

Fed Chair Jerome Powell Faces Complex Task on Rates as Data Weakens, Wages Rise

The U.S. dollar traded at a two week low against its global peers Tuesday, while the gap between short and longer-date Treasury bonds continued to narrow, as investors extended bets on a dovish turn from the Federal Reserve at the start of its two-day rate setting meeting in Washington.

Is Jerome Powell Backed Into a Corner?

Is Jerome Powell Backed Into a Corner?

When fundamentals and economics do not align with liquidity, take a breather and wait on the sidelines rather than be caught long and wrong.

Nobel Prize Winner Richard Thaler Says China Should Use 'nudge Theory' To Improve The Lives Of Citizens

Nobel Prize Winner Richard Thaler Says China Should Use 'nudge Theory' To Improve The Lives Of Citizens

'Nudging' proposes the use of positive reinforcement and indirect suggestion to influence behaviour and decision making Examples include creating an app to help drivers with navigation or a congestion tax in a city to reduce air pollution

Tencent Said To Fire Or Demote Around 10 Pct Of Middle Managers Amid Company-wide Revamp

Tencent Said To Fire Or Demote Around 10 Pct Of Middle Managers Amid Company-wide Revamp

Move is aimed at removing or demoting under-performing managers Tencent is among a crop of Chinese tech giants looking to revamp management ranks as they enter their third decade of operations

Hong Kong Shares Gold For World's Most Expensive City, Alongside Paris And Singapore, Survey Says

Hong Kong Shares Gold For World's Most Expensive City, Alongside Paris And Singapore, Survey Says

Hong Kong leaps three spots to share dubious title alongside the French capital and incumbent Singapore, according to the Worldwide Cost of Living survey, put out by the Economist Intelligence Unit Mainland Chinese cities remained stable in the rankings

Massive HK$624 Billion Reclamation Project Will Be Most Expensive In Hong Kong's History, But City Won't Be Left Penniless Afterwards Says Government

Massive HK$624 Billion Reclamation Project Will Be Most Expensive In Hong Kong's History, But City Won't Be Left Penniless Afterwards Says Government

Cost of Lantau Tomorrow Vision will dwarf the HK$155 billion spent on Hong Kong International Airport But finance minister said last month city would have HK$1.16 trillion in reserve by end of March

Hong Kong Subway Bosses Could Punish Supplier Of Signalling System Blamed For MTR Crash Near Central Station

Hong Kong Subway Bosses Could Punish Supplier Of Signalling System Blamed For MTR Crash Near Central Station

MTR Corp's head of operations engineering warns of consequences for Thales But top designer at Thales Canada denies a software fault was to blame for accident

This Hong Kong Start-up Gives Flat Owners A Hassle-free Way To Tap The Co-living Trend

This Hong Kong Start-up Gives Flat Owners A Hassle-free Way To Tap The Co-living Trend

coliving.hk wants to make it possible for individual flat owners to rent their homes as co-living spaces The online platform targets young people seeking housing shared with a small number of tenants

Hong Kong's Limited Partnership Regime May Attract Funds To Set Up Domicile, Boosting City's Role As Greater Bay Area Private Equity Hub

Hong Kong's Limited Partnership Regime May Attract Funds To Set Up Domicile, Boosting City's Role As Greater Bay Area Private Equity Hub

Despite private equity managers raising and advising capital in the city, none uses a Hong Kong fund structure and opt instead to domicile in Cayman Changes to limited partnership regime could bring more funds and managers to Hong Kong, and keep systemic risks in check, lawyers and analysts say

US Announces Plan For New 'exascale' Supercomputer But Timeline May Fall Behind China's Schedule

US Announces Plan For New 'exascale' Supercomputer But Timeline May Fall Behind China's Schedule

Project Aurora is a US$500 million Intel-powered system and one of the most expensive computers ever made in the US

China's Stock Benchmark Rises To 9-month High As Nuclear Power Shares Rally On New Projects

China's Stock Benchmark Rises To 9-month High As Nuclear Power Shares Rally On New Projects

China to start construction of nuclear power projects for first time in three years China Nuclear surges by 10 per cent daily limit

What Is an Endowment and How Are They Structured?

What Is an Endowment and How Are They Structured?

Endowments are a critical financial vehicle for non-profits; they hold and spend needed funds. Here's how an endowment works.

It's Hard to Be Negative When the Market Is Trading This Way

It's Hard to Be Negative When the Market Is Trading This Way

The strength in bank stocks in front of the Fed meeting is an indication there isn't real concern about an inverted yield curve.

Stocks Finish Higher Amid Concerns About Boeing and China Trade Talks

Stocks Finish Higher Amid Concerns About Boeing and China Trade Talks

Stocks finished higher but a decline in Boeing shares limited gains.

Facebook Falls on Downgrade on Concerns More Execs Could Be Leaving

Facebook Falls on Downgrade on Concerns More Execs Could Be Leaving

The social network's difficulty removing videos from the mass shooting in New Zealand could lead to other problems for the company, says Needham and Co.

Economist Perspective: Can the Fed Stoke Inflation?

Inflation Beyond Fed Control?

The Market Close Will Tell Us a Lot About Momentum

The Market Close Will Tell Us a Lot About Momentum

Sharp intraday reversals tend to lead to more selling.

Jim Cramer: Buy an Oil Stock?

Jim Cramer: Buy an Oil Stock?

Here's the problem with these oil breakouts.

6 Japanese Stocks Likely to Suffer Until August

6 Japanese Stocks Likely to Suffer Until August

The qualitative selection of stocks in the JPX-Nikkei Index 400 sets it apart from the Nikkei 225.

When the VIX Is Low, It's Time to Go

When the VIX Is Low, It's Time to Go

As the stock indices embark on a breakout move in price, the VIX is showing massive complacency.

Look Out for an Intraday Reversal in the Market

Look Out for an Intraday Reversal in the Market

Some momentum movers are becoming extended and have seen profit-taking Monday.