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Why 2020 Is Looking Better and Better for Nike

There are some times in the markets when none of the traditional cautions seem to matter. Some U.S. companies do the bulk of their manufacturing overseas and may face continued ...
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US and China Show Diverging Manufacturing Data Ahead of Would-Be Trade Pact

It has become rather difficult to predict the daily ups and downs of how trade negotiations between China and the United States will go. The current expectation is for a ...
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As U.S. GDP Chugs Along, Global Growth in 2020 Looks Muted from China, India and Elsewhere

It wasn't that long ago that the financial media and mainstream media were touting an imminent recession. While the media was just absolutely wrong collectively about the recession calls, and ...
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FCC Blacklists Huawei, ZTE as Suppliers for US Broadband Buildout

In an announcement Friday, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) designated Chinese network equipment makers Huawei and ZTE as the initial "companies that pose a national security risk" to the ...
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Will a Hong Kong Listing for Alibaba Influence Its Daily Trading in New York?

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) is the top online seller of everything in China and Asia, and the company has largely become China's most valuable company, with a market ...
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What to Expect When Alibaba Reports Friday Morning

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) is set to report its fiscal second-quarter earnings results before the markets open on Friday. The consensus estimates are calling for $1.50 in earnings ...
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Hong Kong Falls Into Recession

Hong Kong, one of the business capitals of the world, is in recession, according to its Census and Statistics Department. Hong Kong's economy, if measured independently from China, which controls ...
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China’s GDP Growth Near Record Low

China reported Friday that the country's gross domestic product growth for the third quarter of the year was 6%. Not since the first quarter of 1992, the first quarter for ...
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3 Reasons Why Tesla Shares Are Running Higher

Since reporting 97,000 third-quarter deliveries on October 2, shares of Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) have risen on nine consecutive trading days and were well on their way to a 10th ...
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IMF 2019-2020 Outlook: Recession or Synchronized Slowdown?

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released an update to its latest World Economic Outlook with lower growth expected in 2019. What is interesting about the global outlook, despite all ...
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Will Trade War Ruin Ford in China?

Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) found itself on the ropes in China in the third quarter, a place it has occupied for several years. The problem has worsened, and not ...
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Fitbit’s Plans to Move Out of China

Fitbit Inc. (NYSE: FIT) shares were initially positive on Wednesday but then slid despite a very positive strategic move for the company amid the Chinese trade war. It’s no secret ...
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Ambarella May Be the Latest Casualty in the China Trade War

Ambarella Inc. (NASDAQ: AMBA) shares saw a big drop early on Tuesday following an update from the Chinese trade war. The U.S. Department of Commerce added 28 Chinese organizations to ...
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Shadow Banking Assets in China Are Shrinking

There have always been risks in China and in dealing with China. The U.S. trade war with China may be new, but many economists, analysts and market pundits have voiced ...
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China Express Delivery Competes With FedEx and UPS

Trade friction between the United States and China has threatened the ability for the U.S. delivery companies FedEx and UPS to do business in China. FedEx, in particular, has been ...
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