Chinese-made DJI Drones Widely Adopted By US Safety Agencies Even As Trump Administration Voices Data Security Concerns

Chinese-made DJI Drones Widely Adopted By US Safety Agencies Even As Trump Administration Voices Data Security Concerns

The company controls more than 70 per cent of the global commercial and consumer drone market and generated sales of US$2.7 billion in 2017

Bots To Dominate Financial Sector Communications Within Two Years In Automation Wave, Messaging Firm Symphony Says

Bots To Dominate Financial Sector Communications Within Two Years In Automation Wave, Messaging Firm Symphony Says

HSBC, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing have jointly launched two pilot bots on Symphony's platform Asia-Pacific accounts for a third of Symphony's about 430,000 users

China Ignoring US Demand For Trade War Reform By Reinforcing State-directed Economic Model

China Ignoring US Demand For Trade War Reform By Reinforcing State-directed Economic Model

Beijing increasing the influence of state-owned enterprises as well as Communist Party intrusions into boardrooms of private companies Reforms of state-owned enterprises has been a key demand by US President Donald Trump during trade war negotiations, including the 'Made in China 2025' plan

Replay: Jim Cramer's Keeping an Eye on Levi Strauss Post-Earnings

Replay: Jim Cramer's Keeping an Eye on Levi Strauss Post-Earnings

Jim Cramer explains what happened with Levi Strauss's earnings and what he's watching in the markets as a down week turns into a day of new all-time highs.

US Officials Outline Urgency Of Outpacing China In 5G Telecoms Technology, And How To Do It

US Officials Outline Urgency Of Outpacing China In 5G Telecoms Technology, And How To Do It

Washington has already turned to private capital to spur fifth-generation wireless development, federal officials tell Commerce Department's BIS 2019 forum The threat China poses to US national security and competitiveness in the telecoms sector dominates the day's discussion

Market Touches 3000 on Fed Talk, But Will Powell's Words Lose Power?

Market Touches 3000 on Fed Talk, But Will Powell's Words Lose Power?

The market has been running on hopes of a dovish Fed, but when will the market stop celebrating the same news over and over?

5 Key Takeaways From the Fed Minutes and Powell's Testimony

5 Key Takeaways From the Fed Minutes and Powell's Testimony

This appears to be one of the most spirited debates within the Fed in several years.

Dow, Nasdaq End Higher; S&P Briefly Tops 3,000 on Fed-Fueled Rate Cut Hopes

Dow, Nasdaq End Higher; S&P Briefly Tops 3,000 on Fed-Fueled Rate Cut Hopes

Stocks surge as latest Fed minutes, released Wednesday after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's Congressional testimony, show several FOMC members are leaning towards reducing interest rates.

Levi Is Stitching Together a Growth Plan, But Will It Unravel?

Levi Is Stitching Together a Growth Plan, But Will It Unravel?

Levi's management has a solid roadmap ahead, but it might be reaching too high post-IPO.

Where Is the Value in the Oil Sector?

Where Is the Value in the Oil Sector?

The best way to play this is via refining sector companies with the best earnings leverage.

Micron Shares Climb on Senior Note Offering

Micron Shares Climb on Senior Note Offering

Shares of Micron Technology climbed Wednesday after the chipmaker announced a debt offering that the company said it plans to use to fund the purchase of Intel's non-controlling interest in semiconductor company IM Flash Technologies.

July Market Outlook: Summer Sunshine or Unsettled Weather?

July Market Outlook: Summer Sunshine or Unsettled Weather?

Adviser Rob Isbitts says 2019 looks great so far -- until you remember what it followed in the fourth quarter of last year.

Federal Reserve Minutes Show 'Significantly Increased' Economic Concerns in June

Federal Reserve Minutes Show 'Significantly Increased' Economic Concerns in June

FOMC found deepening economic issues when it met June 18-19, according to minutes released the same day Fed Chairman Jerome Powell signaled dovishness during congressional testimony.

Why Millennials Need To Practice Investing Patience

Why Millennials Need To Practice Investing Patience

Jay Pestrichelli, CEO of ZEGA Financial, weighs in on why millennial investors need to practice more patience when it comes to investing.

June Jobs Data Was All Over the Place -- Former Fed Member Explains

June Jobs Data Was All Over the Place -- Former Fed Member Explains

ADP and the Bureau of Labor Statistics had completely different data. See how?

The Market Seems to Be Pricing in the Dovish Fed and Isn't Moving as Fast

The Market Seems to Be Pricing in the Dovish Fed and Isn't Moving as Fast

The reaction to earnings will be colored by how they may impact what the Fed will do next.

U.S. Behind on Cryptocurrency Rules as Facebook Presses Ahead, Top Lawmaker Says

U.S. Behind on Cryptocurrency Rules as Facebook Presses Ahead, Top Lawmaker Says

U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, a California Democrat who heads the House Financial Services Committee, tells Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that regulators aren't prepared for the emergence of cryptocurrencies, amid gnawing fears that Facebook's proposed digital currency, Libra, might serve to erode the supremacy of the U.S. dollar in the global financial system.

China's Outlet Mall Boom Is Proving Immune To The Online Shopping Threat, And More Investment Funds Are Taking A Look

China's Outlet Mall Boom Is Proving Immune To The Online Shopping Threat, And More Investment Funds Are Taking A Look

Price discounts combined with the 'weekend leisure destination' concept have helped fuel the rise of outlet malls, while other brick and mortar retailers struggle Outlet malls seen as attractive physical assets for developers and private equity

Viral Facebook Video Of Maggot-infested Cherries Posted In Canada Hits Sales Of Fruit In Hong Kong Markets

Viral Facebook Video Of Maggot-infested Cherries Posted In Canada Hits Sales Of Fruit In Hong Kong Markets

Imports from US drop 26 per cent in May 2019 year on year and from Turkey tumble 70 per cent Washington cherries are being sold for around HK$70-80 for two pounds, about 20 per cent lower than the same time last year

Jim Cramer: As Bad as It Is for Levi Strauss, You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

Jim Cramer: As Bad as It Is for Levi Strauss, You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

This stock should be much lower, maybe back to where it came public.

Chinese Home Builders 'hunger' For Offshore Bond Markets After Land Spending Binge Prompts Government Clampdown On Credit

Chinese Home Builders 'hunger' For Offshore Bond Markets After Land Spending Binge Prompts Government Clampdown On Credit

Mainland property firms have issued more debt in the first 10 days of July than in whole of June More home builders are expected to head for the offshore bond market in coming months, taking advantage of a good window for high-yield corporate issuance, experts sayChinese developers'

Fed's Powell Tells Congress Economy Is 'Solid' but Sees 'Risk' of Weak Inflation

Fed's Powell Tells Congress Economy Is 'Solid' but Sees 'Risk' of Weak Inflation

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says during his every-six-months testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives that uncertainties over global trade 'continue to weigh on the outlook.'

Why Jim Cramer Urges Investors to Approach Earnings Season With Caution

Why Jim Cramer Urges Investors to Approach Earnings Season With Caution

Jim Cramer explained how to approach earnings season.

What Does the Rip in Levi's Jeans Mean for the Rest of Retail

What Does the Rip in Levi's Jeans Mean for the Rest of Retail

Will the slower sales expected at Levi Strauss carry over to the rest of the retail sector. Jim Cramer breaks down what to expect.

Chipotle, Shake Shack Lead Best Restaurant Performers in 2019

Chipotle, Shake Shack Lead Best Restaurant Performers in 2019

Bigger is better as the major restaurants dominate the sector.

Powell Apparently Looking for Reasons to Give the Market the Rate Cuts It Wants

Powell Apparently Looking for Reasons to Give the Market the Rate Cuts It Wants

Now the focus is on how many more cuts will follow.

Pay Rise For Hong Kong's 173,000 Civil Servants To Be Delayed For Months Due To Protesters' Damage To Legislative Council Complex

Pay Rise For Hong Kong's 173,000 Civil Servants To Be Delayed For Months Due To Protesters' Damage To Legislative Council Complex

Finance Committee was to approve annual salary increase before its three-month summer break But extensive protest damage has pushed the approval back until October at the soonest

Near-Term Market Uptrends Remain Intact

Near-Term Market Uptrends Remain Intact

Pause in rally indicates normal consolidation.

The Right Fit? Jim Cramer on What Jerome Powell and Levi Mean for the Markets

The Right Fit? Jim Cramer on What Jerome Powell and Levi Mean for the Markets

Jim Cramer weighs in on Levi post-earnings and his thoughts on the uncertain markets.

US Must Stop Treating China As An Enemy, Says Son Of Former President George HW Bush

US Must Stop Treating China As An Enemy, Says Son Of Former President George HW Bush

Neil Bush hits out at 'America first rhetoric' and argues Washington should stop regarding the country as an existential threat Other speakers at forum organised by former Hong Kong chief executive Tung Chee-hwa, support calls to improve relations between America and China