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Bears are loaded with ammunition to take this market down but the hope for some progress on China has held them off.
U.S.-listed shares for some of China's biggest companies were marked sharply lower Tuesday following a Bloomberg report that suggested the White House was looking at ways to limit investment in Chinese firms by government pension funds.
The White House has issued assurances that it is not about to delist Chinese companies from U.S. markets, but it wouldn't be a stretch to see state-owned enterprises come under fire.
Alibaba stock was creamed Friday on worries of escalating tensions between the U.S and China. Here's the must-know setup now.
Administration officials are considering delisting Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges and limiting U.S. investors' exposure to China through government pension funds, Bloomberg reports.
Restricting new IPOs as a negotiation tactic I can understand, but the delisting one is beyond me.
Amazon, JD.com and Yahoo Japan are Goldman Sachs' favorite e-commerce stocks, as the bank raises its estimates for e-commerce spend globally.
This trade idea leaves plenty of time to see if the breakout takes hold without getting eaten alive by time decay.
Jack Ma, the face of Alibaba and its Taobao e-commerce marketplace, will step down on Tuesday. How will the company he co-founded in his apartment fare without him?
China's rising star in e-commerce is not in a hurry to expand beyond its home market, says its head of strategy, David Liu, as the company continues to find lots to do with nearly half a billion users in China.
The Chinese e-tailer's turnaround is gathering steam. For now, its shares are still cheap and not pricing in much optimism.
With WMT's U.S. dominance, these are the two big waves of momentum it needs to ride to revalue shares in the long term.
U.S. retail sales have risen at WMT for an unparalleled consecutive 20 quarters.
JD stock is surging on strong earnings and trade news. Here's how to trade it from here.
Understanding yourself and the investing environment you are in are keys to avoiding panic brought on by fear.
JD.com posts stronger-than-expected second-quarter revenue as the China-focused online retailer backed by Walmart and Alphabet said retail sales neared $20 billion.
U.S. stock futures fall as unrest in Hong Kong and the ongoing trade tensions between the U.S and China make for jittery investors; Oregon is the 16th state to join a lawsuit blocking the merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint; Verizon reaches deal to sell blogging website Tumblr.
BEIJING, Aug. 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- JD.
Walmart intends to invest about $1.2 billion in in China over the next 10 years to upgrade logistics.
International grocery giants aren't finding that their brand names go far in China anymore, where the biggest homegrown online platforms add bricks and mortar to their sales mix.
Jim Cramer's got the low-down on IPOs, the Fed, trade and more. Here's your game plan for next week's action.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Nucor, Wells Fargo, ResMed, Gulfport Energy, JD.com, Alibaba.
Alibaba shares edged higher Thursday following multiple media reports that the online retailing giant has filed for a Hong Kong listing that could be worth as much as $20 billion.
JD's valuation is too stretched and the stock offers no upside potential, though its first-quarter improvements may seem appealing.
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