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Global fund managers are the most pessimistic on world economic growth since the financial crisis, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, although most are holding equity positions even amid concerns that corporate profits will slow and activity will ease amid the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.
The new Call of Duty is out, but Activision isn't trading well, despite the news.
Even after accounting for the estimate cuts seen by some names, many high-profile tech stocks carry much lower valuations than they did not too long ago.
Nio shares are up almost $2 apiece this week, giving it gains of nearly 30%. Is this just the start for its big-time investor?
Unlike Spotify, Tencent Music is highly profitable and has exclusive licensing deals with top music labels. It also has some other big advantages.
Tencent Music is a subsidiary of Chinese e-commerce giant Tencent that is being spun off.
U.S. stock futures turn lower on Wednesday, while global stocks are mostly higher amid signals the U.S. and China could be prepared to broker an agreement in their ongoing trade war; Tesla tumbles as Feds open a probe into Elon Musk's 'going-private' tweet; Disney has plans for Marvel shows on its streaming service, a report says.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, Sept. 18.
The Chinese e-commerce giant had much to share about its core marketplaces, bricks-and-mortar efforts and future investments.
Global fund managers continue to favor U.S. stocks over equity markets around the world, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, even as developments in Washington's trade war with Beijing create the most bearish outlook for the global economy in nearly seven years.
William Li has built the perfect 21st century car company while Elon Musk struggles to overcome 'production hell.'
China based content aggregator Qutoutiao shares surged 150% on Friday in its debut as a public company on Nasdaq.
CEO Daniel Zhang and a unique corporate culture leave Alibaba primed to continue executing well -- for now.
Jack Ma is leaving the company he built from a tiny apartment startup into a half-a trillion-dollar e-commerce powerhouse in less than two decades to chance his philanthropic dreams. But the folksy billionaire's departure comes at time of profound change for China's suddenly-vulnerable tech industry.
Alphabet is making moves to re-enter the Chinese market with a censored search engine. It might be a lost cause, according to one prominent tech executive and investor.
If you really want to play emerging markets, you have to look at the fixed-income side.
Tencent shares slumped to a one-year low Thursday after China's biggest social media company said it would introduce new rules to limit the time younger children spend playing its flagship 'Honor of Kings' video game amid a government crackdown on online addiction.
Several tech sub-sectors have sat out this year's rally. In some cases, that presents opportunities.
The online giant is in a downtrend with no bottoming action to speak of, so avoid the long side.
Amazon's Chart? Wow! And, don't know if the timing is right just yet for Chinese names.
There are several key points to keep in mind as you digest this news.
Tmall.com -- the world's largest business-to-consumer retail platform -- and continues to gain market share despite competitor's best efforts.
Despite worries about the Chinese internet market, Alibaba saw overall revenues grow by 61% in its June quarter.
Alibaba's Thursday earnings release is set to take on extra importance amid the profit declines with rival Tencent last week.
Among other things, keep an eye on revenue growth for Alibaba's core marketplaces, its offline retail progress and the impact of macro events.
PepsiCo makes a big deal for SodaStream. The markets will have lots to digest in the coming days, including the Jackson Hole gathering and retail earnings.
Are you ready for the coming week? Markets will touch a record, while retail earnings continue to be looked upon.
For those who say that Tencent's growth is costing too much I have one word: Bezos!
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