A heatwave spurred power generators in China to ramp up purchases of coal in July by 24% over the previous month, driven by greater use of air conditioners in many cities.
Six Russian cargo vessels and at least one oil tanker sanctioned by the US for their history of transporting weapons for Moscow or oil from Iran docked in India over the past month
The e-commerce giant has been trimming staff to boost efficiency but it plans to hire nearly 6,000 university graduates this year, its CEO said.
Air Force General John E Hyten told the Washington Post in February that hypersonic missiles are “the threat of the future”
Caixin services PMI rose to 55.5 in July, the highest since April 2021, however, the survey showed foreign demand fell and companies cut staff for the seventh month in a row
AMTD's shares have surged 9,413% since they were listed on the New York Stock Exchange on July 15.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday added Alibaba to a list of Chinese companies that could face delisting from US exchanges, triggering an 11% drop in its shares.
The yuan on Monday extended a decline it has endured for the past five months, while China's economy remains mired in concerns about Covid and heightened international tensions
Some analysts have said the US tech giant could face a drop in demand given China's weak economy and the slump in smartphone sales in the second quarter.
The threat of delisting Chinese stocks from major US exchanges could be a bonanza for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, if more firms follow Alibaba and do a dual primary listing in the city
Hyundai Capital America submitted inaccurate payment information to credit reporting agencies for years, damaging consumers' credit ratings and driving up their borrowing costs.
Seven executives of Ant have left the Alibaba Partnership, the body that elects the e-commerce giant's board, following a demand by regulators that the two tech giants be 'decoupled'