The Invesco Golden Dragon China ETF, a gauge of China stocks listed in the US, has climbed 11% since May 27 while the Nasdaq 100 is down almost 7%.
The gap between 10-year yields on Chinese and US government bonds has vanished for the first time in more than 10 years
China's electric vehicle makers are facing a perfect storm as Covid lockdowns add to rocketing input costs and the removal of some government subsidies.
Bitcoin has lost 15% of its value in the past five days, is off 21.2% over the past month, and has plunged 29.4% so far this year.
After a sharp build-up early this year, China’s copper supply is shrinking rapidly as the government’s zero-Covid policy disrupts supply...
Price increases across the board averaging 30.8% year-to-date set to hurt both industry and consumers
As central banks tighten monetary policies, the credit impulse is likely to turn negative, slowing global economic growth.
Ten weeks of cryptocurrency carnage followed by a sharp rebound since January 22 has left investors’ heads in a spin. Should they buy or should they sell?
25 Chinese companies working in education, financial services, media and technology are trading close to $1 per share or lower, and face automatic delisting from US exchanges within six months, an Asia Financial analysis shows.
Despite a tough year for China stocks, the green energy, small cap and fintech sectors all saw stellar performances this year.
Asia Financial’s Future of Money index has fallen 10% since December 3 as investors become more risk-averse amid the Omicron variant threat.
China is moving to prevent its companies from being delisted from US stock exchanges. Twenty-five face delisting within six months.