Where? When? How? China And United States At Odds Over Right Place And Time For Next Xi-Trump Summit

Where? When? How? China And United States At Odds Over Right Place And Time For Next Xi-Trump Summit

Source says Beijing proposes the two leaders meet in Hainan in late March Washington wants talks in Florida but nothing is set, US news site reports

Activision Blizzard to Report Earnings After Peers EA and Take-Two Disappoint

Activision Blizzard to Report Earnings After Peers EA and Take-Two Disappoint

Activision reportedly plans to cut jobs in the face of slowing sales growth, as it and its major rivals face pressure from Epic's mega popular Fortnite.

Columbia Sportswear Could See Further Gains in the Weeks Ahead

Columbia Sportswear Could See Further Gains in the Weeks Ahead

Let's check out some updated charts and indicators.

Investment Managers Are Turning to Latin American Swaps

Investment Managers Are Turning to Latin American Swaps

Over $30 billion per day was cleared in Latin American rate swaps in 2018, a record high.

Divergence in U.S., Global Growth Prospects Will Demand Market's Attention

Divergence in U.S., Global Growth Prospects Will Demand Market's Attention

With weaker outlooks for growth in Europe and China, companies will look to the U.S. economy to remain buoyant.

Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Set To Close Toronto Cabin Crew Base, With Up To 120 Jobs At Risk

Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Set To Close Toronto Cabin Crew Base, With Up To 120 Jobs At Risk

Flight attendants told of changes when staff were invited to meet airline at a hotel in Toronto Airport to clarify their future Carrier says it is reviewing with affected cabin crew the next possible steps

Jim Cramer on Apple, China and Activision Blizzard

Jim Cramer on Apple, China and Activision Blizzard

Apple has ongoing China issues, Jim Cramer's got a China cheatsheet and Activision Blizzard's reportedly laying off some of its workforce.

Apple, Huawei Have Become a Proxy Battleground Between Washington, Beijing

Apple, Huawei Have Become a Proxy Battleground Between Washington, Beijing

The world's two largest smartphone manufacturers are being drawn to the center of the trade war.

Shares of Apple Are Likely to Rally Despite the 'Old News' Headline

Shares of Apple Are Likely to Rally Despite the 'Old News' Headline

Let's look at the most up to date news about AAPL.

Donald Trump's Ban On Chinese Telecoms Equipment Would Have 'limited Impact' On China's Economy

Donald Trump's Ban On Chinese Telecoms Equipment Would Have 'limited Impact' On China's Economy

US President set to sign an executive order banning companies in the US wireless sector from buying Chinese telecoms equipment In August, the American president banned US government agencies from buying equipment-made by Chinese telecoms and technology giant Huawei

Looking at Alphabet and What Our Next Decision Should Be

Looking at Alphabet and What Our Next Decision Should Be

Will GOOGL 'trigger' for entry on Monday?

Possible New Shutdown, Ongoing China Talks, Eye on Salesforce: Market Recon

Possible New Shutdown, Ongoing China Talks, Eye on Salesforce: Market Recon

I have long been interested as well as invested in the business cloud, and Salesforce has long been one of my key names.

China Joins Global Central Bank Gold Rush As Its Foreign Exchange Reserves Stabilise

China Joins Global Central Bank Gold Rush As Its Foreign Exchange Reserves Stabilise

The country's official gold reserves have risen in January for a second straight month Its forex reserves also rose slightly last month despite the start of the annual foreign currency purchase quota for individuals

How the Insider Sell/Buy Ratio Predicted This Rise

How the Insider Sell/Buy Ratio Predicted This Rise

And how you can use it for stock picking.

Why These Two Russian Metal Stocks Are Forging Their Way Back Into Hong Kong Investors' Hearts

Why These Two Russian Metal Stocks Are Forging Their Way Back Into Hong Kong Investors' Hearts

Rusal shares closed at HK$3.84, a ten-month high, on Monday Shares in east Siberian iron ore miner IRC have jumped by 136 per cent since January 2018

Trade Talks, Shutdown, NuVasive, Activision, Amazon - 5 Things You Must Know

Trade Talks, Shutdown, NuVasive, Activision, Amazon - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures are higher as U.S.-China trade talks resume; Republican and Democratic lawmakers are working to broker an agreement that will prevent another government shutdown on Friday; Smith & Nephew reportedly has held talks to buy NuVasive; Activision could announce job cuts when it reports earnings Tuesday.

Why Iron Ore Is Up 20% This Year

Why Iron Ore Is Up 20% This Year

With Vale's Brucutu mine offline, the three remaining miners are churning more cash, making them attractive investments.

US-China Trade War And Huawei 'suppression' Show West Wants Repeat Of Opium Wars, Says Hong Kong Lawmaker Kenneth Lau, Chief Of Powerful Rural Body Heung Yee Kuk

US-China Trade War And Huawei 'suppression' Show West Wants Repeat Of Opium Wars, Says Hong Kong Lawmaker Kenneth Lau, Chief Of Powerful Rural Body Heung Yee Kuk

Heung Yee Kuk chief made remarks at spring reception attended by Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam and other top officials Lau also said group will continue to support government, despite some policy discrepancies

China's Lunar New Year Spending Growth Slows To Decade Low Despite Record US$148.96 Billion Sales

China's Lunar New Year Spending Growth Slows To Decade Low Despite Record US$148.96 Billion Sales

National retail and catering revenue rose just 8.5 per cent compared to 10.2 per cent last year, the Ministry of Commerce said Growth rate for tourism revenue also down from 12.1 per cent in 2018 to 8.2 per cent this year, a total spend of 513.9 billion yuan during the 2019 holiday period

Chinese Apple Suppliers' Shares Climb After IPhone Maker Rebounds In New York Trading

Chinese Apple Suppliers' Shares Climb After IPhone Maker Rebounds In New York Trading

Their longer-term performance will be decided by developments in the US-China trade war, says analyst

Trade War Truce Deadline Played Down By China Media On Eve Of Latest Round Of Talks In Beijing

Trade War Truce Deadline Played Down By China Media On Eve Of Latest Round Of Talks In Beijing

Opinion piece says the March 1 deadline agreed by China's President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump is a 'media topic' set by the American side US trade representative Jeffrey Gerrish is leading discussions between sub-minister level officials starting on Monday

Real-life Bracelet From Honour Of Kings Video Game For Valentine's? Tencent And Chow Sang Sang Think So

Real-life Bracelet From Honour Of Kings Video Game For Valentine's? Tencent And Chow Sang Sang Think So

World's top-grossing mobile title announced partnership with Hong Kong jewellery retailer Chow Sang Sang More than 100 million women play the game, according to estimate

Success Of Chinese Sci-fi Blockbuster 'The Wandering Earth' Propels Producers' Shares Into The Stratosphere

Success Of Chinese Sci-fi Blockbuster 'The Wandering Earth' Propels Producers' Shares Into The Stratosphere

Beijing Jingxi Culture and Tourism Co jumped by 10 per cent in Monday morning trading Company also co-produced China's highest-grossing film Wolf Warrior 2

China Is Home To More Than Half Of World's Top AI Unicorns As Battle For Supremacy With US Heats Up

China Is Home To More Than Half Of World's Top AI Unicorns As Battle For Supremacy With US Heats Up

Chinese AI start-ups raised US$4.9 billion in 2017, nudging out their US counterparts which had US$4.4 billion in funding

Increase In Lunar New Year Tourism, Revenue Fails To Boost Stocks On First Trading Day In Mainland China

Increase In Lunar New Year Tourism, Revenue Fails To Boost Stocks On First Trading Day In Mainland China

Domestic tourism generated US$76 million in revenue, an increase of 8.2 per cent Market is hoping US-China trade talks will at least yield an extension of March 1 deadline

Is There Something Fishy Going On, Or Is Hong Kong Government Really Trying To Revive An Ailing Industry?

Is There Something Fishy Going On, Or Is Hong Kong Government Really Trying To Revive An Ailing Industry?

Farmers left furious by Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department's plan to tighten licensing requirements Some suspect officials want to kill industry through regulation to make land reclamation easier. Not so, say authorities

Hong Kong's Accountancy Firms Raise Their Headcounts As IPO Bonanza, Fintech Boom Boost Business

Hong Kong's Accountancy Firms Raise Their Headcounts As IPO Bonanza, Fintech Boom Boost Business

Hong Kong's return to top of global IPO table means there's a need for more qualified professionals to carry out traditional audits PwC, EY, Deloitte and BDO among accounting giants looking to hire more

Greater Bay Area Is Perfect Stepping Stone For Hong Kong Start-ups To Go Global: Former Minister

Greater Bay Area Is Perfect Stepping Stone For Hong Kong Start-ups To Go Global: Former Minister

Greater Bay Area market of 70 million potential customers offers perfect environment for Hong Kong firms to expand, former financial secretary says But members of the financial community say Hong Kong companies are yet to enjoy the benefits of the vast market and that doors must be opened up further

Tencent-backed AI Firm Aims To Free Up Parents And Teachers From Checking Children's Maths Homework

Tencent-backed AI Firm Aims To Free Up Parents And Teachers From Checking Children's Maths Homework

Beijing-based online education start-up has developed an AI-powered app to check children's arithmetic problems

Bank of America CEO Got Bigger Raise in 2018 Than JPMorgan's Dimon

Bank of America CEO Got Bigger Raise in 2018 Than JPMorgan's Dimon

Bank of America gave CEO Brian Moynihan a 15% pay raise last year to $26.5 million, a new regulatory filing shows. His rival, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, took home higher total pay last year with $31 million, but only got a 5% raise.