Deciphering where the winds are blowing in Hong Kong’s current election isn’t easy, but yesterday, the markets offered a glimpse of what traders may be thinking.
Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing may be known as Superman for his heroic ability to time the market, but even mere mortal investors could see which way the wind was blowing for Chinese banks. Read Post
Jeff Saut of Raymond James offers some commentary on how "easy" it is to trade the market right now. It's basically this simple: When stocks go down, you buy the dip. Voila. "Can it be that easy?" is a question I asked a portfolio m... Read Post
By Michelle Price HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's de facto central bank moved to defend itself on Wednesday after a New York regulator penalized Standard Chartered Plc for what it described as anti-money laundering failings in its... Read Post