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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.'
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.
MSCI's GICS reclassification is yet another example of the ETF-ization of this market.
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.
I am going to tell you how this sell-off works and why it is not as special as it seems.
The Chinese tech giant's gaming revenue growth slowed sharply in Q2 amid delayed government approvals.
Global fund managers have pegged the U.S. as the world's top equity market region for the first time in five years, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, with allocations rising to the highest levels since January 2015.
iQIYI and Roku may offer some choice opportunities.
No one in his right mind would pay this valuation for a company that makes cars.
The battle between Baidu and Google will be one to watch.
Misplaced confidence, IPO mania and historically high valuations mean it's increasingly important for investors to recognize potential negatives on the investment horizon.
A dividend spec play on L Brands, while watching nonfarm payroll and news on Alphabet's plans in China.
U.S. stocks ended the day mixed after the Fed left rates unchanged and the White House signaled further escalation of trade tensions with China.
The web giant is reportedly prepping a Chinese search app that complies with local censorship rules. And if search gets in, so might other popular Google products.
Baidu shares tumbled despite the China-based online group posting stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings as investors reacted to a report that Google is planning a new censored search engine in the world's second-largest economy.
BEIJING, China, July 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU) ("Baidu" or the "Company"), the leading Chinese language Internet search provider, today announced its unaudited financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2018  .
Tech is still the equity market's leading sector over three months -- and over most timeframes going back years.
U.S. stock futures are rising slightly on Tuesday ahead of earnings from Apple and as a two-day meeting of the Federal Reserve gets set to begin.
In a discussion with TheStreet following AMD's encouraging Q2 report, CEO Lisa Su talked about business trends, new products and more.
Munson told TheStreet that a recession is at least 12 months away considering where interest rates are currently.
Munson said as the acronym for tech stocks gets longer, it's time for investors to take a pause.
Market participants deserve to know how many Model 3 customers are cancelling their orders and how many are following through with purchases.
Tech stocks have dominated the U.S. market this year, with the top five S&P 500 companies equal in value to the bottom 282 stocks in the benchmark index, and President Trump's comments on Fed rate hikes could add even more to their 4 trillion-plus in value.
European Tech stocks were leading broader markets gains Wednesday as a series of solid second quarter earnings, and bullish forecasts, steadied some investor concern over the pace of growth the sector may experience in the second half of the year.
I still think we’re more apt to be choppy or maybe down until the overbought reading is worked off.
Global fund managers are as gloomy on growth prospects, owing to the escalating trade war, as they have been since the peak of the European debt crisis in 2012, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, but still favor tech stocks and broader U.S. equities.
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