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Beijing Pleads for 'Positive Energy' Over Terrible Extradition Law in Hong Kong

Beijing Pleads for 'Positive Energy' Over Terrible Extradition Law in Hong Kong

The central government's office in Hong Kong has ordered the international media to skew their coverage to the 'positive' side on HK's proposed extradition law to China.

Huawei Ban May Be Just the Start of a Much Broader Tech Ban Against China

Huawei Ban May Be Just the Start of a Much Broader Tech Ban Against China

A broad tech ban could conceivably mean limiting exports of Qualcomm's modem technology, given that it will be important for future 5G wireless networks, or curbing sales of Nvidia's graphics chips that are essential for machine learning forms of artificial intelligence.

India's 2019 General Election: By the Numbers

India's 2019 General Election: By the Numbers

India's 2019 general election is the biggest election in history.

A Global Energy Crisis Looms

A Global Energy Crisis Looms

Investment in new energy capacity can't keep up with growing demand. If that doesn't change, then expect oil prices to enter a long-term uptrend.

Why China Is the World's Largest Gold Consumer

Why China Is the World's Largest Gold Consumer

China's appetite for gold continues as use in jewelry, electric cars and central bank reserves increases.

Hong Kong Sees First 'Enigma' Stock Fraud Charge of Many to Come

Hong Kong Sees First 'Enigma' Stock Fraud Charge of Many to Come

Hong Kong's corruption and stock watchdogs promise a tougher stance on rampant suspicious insider deals among small listings in the city.

The Trade War Hits Oil: Where Does Crude Go From Here?

The Trade War Hits Oil: Where Does Crude Go From Here?

The U.S. has only experienced a handful of trade wars over the last 100 years and each has negatively impacted oil.

Trump Declares National Emergency Over Data Security

Trump Declares National Emergency Over Data Security

Executive order comes amid rising concerns over next generation 5G technology sales from China.

Facebook Moves to Restrict Live Feature Following New Zealand Massacre

Facebook Moves to Restrict Live Feature Following New Zealand Massacre

Facebook is introducing a 'one-strike' policy for use of its Facebook Live feature that will temporarily restrict access for people who have faced disciplinary action for breaking the company's most serious rules anywhere on its site.

Micros: A New Way to Trade Futures Around Economic Reports

Micros: A New Way to Trade Futures Around Economic Reports

New Micro E-mini contracts add precision for trading around non-farm payrolls and FOMC releases.