Chinese Tourist Numbers Dip, But Trade With Sweden Continues To Grow Despite Tensions

Chinese Tourist Numbers Dip, But Trade With Sweden Continues To Grow Despite Tensions

Beijing's travel advisory for the country expired in June, but the embassy has continued its campaign against 'biased views' of China in the media After rising steadily in recent years, number of Chinese citizens applying for visas to Sweden was down by nearly 3,000 in 2018 amid tense relations

'Trade War Could Last A Decade': Why Chinese Firms Are Preparing For Long Haul

'Trade War Could Last A Decade': Why Chinese Firms Are Preparing For Long Haul

Adjusting prices and looking to new markets are among the options for companies affected by trade tensions with the US Both countries' economies have felt the impact, but there are reasons why it may suit Donald Trump to prolong the stand-off

Shanghai-based Zendai Closes Two P2P Units Worth US$1.4 Billion As Beijing Intensifies Crackdown

Shanghai-based Zendai Closes Two P2P Units Worth US$1.4 Billion As Beijing Intensifies Crackdown

The P2P platforms operated by the private investment company employed 5,000 and operated 135 outlets across the mainland

Is A China-US Cold War Inevitable? Chinese Analysts Say It Can't Be Ruled Out

Is A China-US Cold War Inevitable? Chinese Analysts Say It Can't Be Ruled Out

Experts hold little hope for relations when ideology starts to define rivalry between Washington and Beijing 'Counter-China' coalition in US could last beyond Trump years as 'far-right populists' take grip of policymaking, they say

Has US Security Adviser John Bolton Killed Huawei's UK Ambitions?

Has US Security Adviser John Bolton Killed Huawei's UK Ambitions?

Bolton says British officials may order a full review of Chinese telecoms giant 5G role US to wait until 'after Brexit' before exerting real pressure, he adds

China's Yuan Exchange Rate Drop Could Roil Already Strained Hong Kong-protest Hit Economy

China's Yuan Exchange Rate Drop Could Roil Already Strained Hong Kong-protest Hit Economy

The yuan fell below the key level of 7 to the US dollar last week for the first time in 11 years, and could hit tourism and retail spending from mainland Chinese visitors Investment flows into Hong Kong may increase through Stock Connect if investors expect the yuan to fall further amid the US-China trade war and Hong Kong protests

Higher Deposit For Land Sales Will Add Pressure On Small Firms, Tightening The Big Developers' Grip On Hong Kong's Land Supply

Higher Deposit For Land Sales Will Add Pressure On Small Firms, Tightening The Big Developers' Grip On Hong Kong's Land Supply

Only 14 of the 112 development parcels sold in Hong Kong since the 2015 financial year changed hands for less than HK$400 million Nine of the 10 largest land deals occurred since 2017, underscoring how the financial scale of the property game has shifted in favour of the big developers

BlackRock Moves Hong Kong Media Forum After Protesters Lay Siege To Airport And Disrupt Traffic

BlackRock Moves Hong Kong Media Forum After Protesters Lay Siege To Airport And Disrupt Traffic

Foreign direct investment (FDI) into China in July rose 4.1 per cent from a year ago to US$8.07 billion, according to China's Ministry of Commerce US President Donald Trump claims companies are fleeing China because of tariffs imposed by his administration over the last 16 months of the trade war

Singapore Economy Tipped For Recession As US-China Trade War Slams Imports, Exports, Manufacturing

Singapore Economy Tipped For Recession As US-China Trade War Slams Imports, Exports, Manufacturing

Second quarter growth in the city state confirmed at minus 3.3 per cent on a quarterly basis, down from 3.8 per cent growth in the first quarter of 2019 'With everything that we are seeing, it is quite possible that there will be a recession in the third quarter of the year,' said Coface economist Carlos Casanova

Dow Ends Off 400 on Hong Kong Unrest, Trade-War and Recession Fears

Dow Ends Off 400 on Hong Kong Unrest, Trade-War and Recession Fears

Stocks tumbled Monday as fears of a global recession from the U.S.-China trade war weighed on Wall Street and unrest in Hong Kong dented sentiment.

Jim Cramer Reveals 2 Stocks That Could Benefit From a Slowdown

Jim Cramer Reveals 2 Stocks That Could Benefit From a Slowdown

Jim Cramer breaks down what stocks could be safe in a slowdown.

How Do Analysts Do an Earnings Projection?

How Do Analysts Do an Earnings Projection?

Curious to know how analysts arrive at their earnings projection? TheStreet breaks it down.

Charts Continue to Show a 'Neutral' Outlook

Charts Continue to Show a 'Neutral' Outlook

But all of the indexes are seeing negative internals.

Here's Viacom's Downside Target Despite Possible CBS Deal

Here's Viacom's Downside Target Despite Possible CBS Deal

Viacom stock is under pressure despite finalizing a possible all-stock merger deal with CBS.

Sysco Cooking on Fourth-Quarter Earnings Beat

Sysco Cooking on Fourth-Quarter Earnings Beat

Shares of Sysco climb after the food distribution company beats Wall Street's fourth-quarter earnings expectations.

The Good, the Bad and the Goldman: Why Jim Cramer Doesn't See a Recession Yet

The Good, the Bad and the Goldman: Why Jim Cramer Doesn't See a Recession Yet

While Wall Street has certainly had its share of doom and gloom, Jim Cramer doesn't see a recession on the horizon ... yet.

China Has Big Plans for Its Greater Bay Area

China Has Big Plans for Its Greater Bay Area

The economic zone could help improve China's energy security and increase internationalization of the renminbi.

What Implications Could Jeffrey Epstein's Death Have for Wall Street?

What Implications Could Jeffrey Epstein's Death Have for Wall Street?

Speculation abounds after news of Jeffrey Epstein's death broke over the weekend. Jim Cramer breaks down why Wall Street can't let the story go.

Hong Kong Protesters Cripple Airport As Beijing Raises Stakes With 'terrorism' Warning

Hong Kong Protesters Cripple Airport As Beijing Raises Stakes With 'terrorism' Warning

Thousands bring Hong Kong International Airport grinding to a halt, leaving 180 flights cancelled and travellers stranded Police play down Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office's terrorism comments and say they will treat situation like a 'violent protest'

Jim Cramer on the Viacom-CBS Merger: Enough Is Enough

Jim Cramer on the Viacom-CBS Merger: Enough Is Enough

Here's what has Jim Cramer fed up with the much-awaited merger between Viacom and CBS.

Birmingham's Rising Potential Appeals To Foreign Property Investors Who Find London Overpriced

Birmingham's Rising Potential Appeals To Foreign Property Investors Who Find London Overpriced

Birmingham's upcoming transport connectivity, relocation of large employers and one of the youngest populations in Europe is a major draw for overseas buyers

Bad Loans In China's Banking System Mount, Rise 3.6 Per Cent In Second Quarter

Bad Loans In China's Banking System Mount, Rise 3.6 Per Cent In Second Quarter

Chinese banks' total non-performing loans increased to 2.235 trillion yuan in the three months to June

The Only Way to Effectively Control Risk Is to Make Sales and Stand Aside

The Only Way to Effectively Control Risk Is to Make Sales and Stand Aside

The good news is that interesting opportunities continue to develop.

How to Deal With Surprise News Events

How to Deal With Surprise News Events

These random market movements can be tough to navigate. The key? Don't panic.

Epstein, Hong Kong, Markets, Recession? What's at the Top of Jim Cramer's Mind

Epstein, Hong Kong, Markets, Recession? What's at the Top of Jim Cramer's Mind

Jim Cramer reveals the most important things to watch as Wall Street returns from the weekend.

Hong Kong's Financial Watchdog Reports Quarterly Loss Amid Slump In Trading Turnover, Damper On Levy Income

Hong Kong's Financial Watchdog Reports Quarterly Loss Amid Slump In Trading Turnover, Damper On Levy Income

Securities and Futures Commission reports quarterly loss for April through June of HK$52.69 million (US$6.63 million), amid shrinking market turnover Loss making quarter comes on the heels of a HK$94.54 million loss for the financial year ended March 31

The Challenge of Surprise News Events

The Challenge of Surprise News Events

We have to be willing to put our capital at risk during a time when others are fearful and worried.

Ask the Expert: How to Use the Trade War to Make Money

Ask the Expert: How to Use the Trade War to Make Money

See the low hanging fruit with premium dividend yields, out expert likes.

Have $1? Jim Cramer Navigates Recession Fears, Trade War, Viacom

Have $1? Jim Cramer Navigates Recession Fears, Trade War, Viacom

Jim Cramer breaks down what to watch in the stock market as Wall Street returns from the weekend.

Hong Kong Protests Take Toll On City's Tourism Workers As Earnings Slump 74 Per Cent On Average Over Past Two Months

Hong Kong Protests Take Toll On City's Tourism Workers As Earnings Slump 74 Per Cent On Average Over Past Two Months

Number of tours also fell 74 per cent on average, affecting an estimated 99 per cent of workers in the industry, according to survey Trade unions say impact is even more severe than deadly 2003 Sars outbreak