Investors Say Beijing Enabled Unfair Trading by Chinese Banks
Regulators asked lenders to examine the loans of several conglomerates, a move that battered shares of a Dalian Wanda unit and drew criticism from investors and academics who say it gave the banks a trading edge.
Markets Jittery as Central Banks Signal End of Easy Money
Easy money unleashed by global central banks is receding, a development that could test a range of assetsâ€”from stocks to real estateâ€”that have grown tightly linked to monetary support since the financial crisis.
20 Years After Handover, China Looms Ever Larger Over Hong Kong Markets
From the ever-rising activity of Chinaâ€™s traders to the plethora of Chinese companies listing on Hong Kongâ€™s stock exchange, China hangs over Hong Kongâ€™s markets in a way few expect to dissipate in the coming years.
Trump, South Korean President to Focus on North Korea at First Meeting
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and U.S. President Donald Trump are set to meet in Washington on Thursday for the first time, an early test of their relationship following several differences over key policies.