Date
9 December 2016

BUSINESS

  • Reports about Huawei having successfully built a super battery have been circulating in mainland media recently, including traditional ones like Shenzhen Economic Daily and China Business Times as well as online media and social platforms. According...
  • Time Inc., the publisher of Time, People and Fortune magazines, has hired Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Corp. to help find potential buyers or partners, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the...
  • The White House raised concerns about China’s new cyber security law during a meeting with a Chinese official after the latest round of talks between the two countries on cyber crime, Reuters. reports. US National Security...
  • How long can a newly listed stock keep rising more than 40 percent each day? Food Wise Holdings Ltd. (01632.HK), which began trading on the main board on Tuesday last week, saw its share price go...
  • As we prepare to bid goodbye to 2016, it’s time to make a prediction of the top 10 macro trends for next year. This week, I will start with global growth outlook and the prospects for...
  • China’s 100-city home price index surged nearly 30 percent between January 2015 and October 2016, with first-tier cities like Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing posting even higher price growth as people kept rushing into the market. That prompted the...
  • Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is preparing to resign after voters dismissed his plans for constitutional reform. If Italy’s anti-establishment Five Star Movement wins the next general election, it will almost for certain call for a...
  • Public opinion is divided over the harsh comments made late last week by China’s top securities regulator on professionals involved in the asset management industry. During a speech at a meeting of the Asset Management Association...
  • Japan’s lower house of parliament on Tuesday passed a bill to legalize casino gambling, a long-awaited move that will open up a market worth tens of billions of dollars a year. The controversial bill, which will...
  • Chinese firms are holding off investments in the United States and other overseas markets as they try to figure out the ramifications of a Donald Trump presidency and possible government curbs on overseas acquisitions, according to Fred...

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