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Clean Technology Policy Support Lifts Sector As Didi’s Downdraft Weighs on Sentiment
Asian equities were mixed as China, Australia and India outperformed while Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and SE Asia were off.
Growth Rebound, Didi May Price at Top of Range
Semiconductors Soar Leading Growth Stocks
Fed Fear Drives Profit Taking
Grocery Delivery Company Missfresh Files for US IPO
Ant Group’s Transformation from Fintech to Consumer Finance Company Approved
Asian equities were mixed today with SE Asia largely off and North Asia gaining though China and Hong Kong didn’t get the message.
Asian Investors Await China Reopening
Internet Companies Move to Comply with Regulations & Rebound
Asian equities had a strong day on light volumes except for Japan, which was off a touch. Meanwhile, Thailand and India were on holiday.
March PMIs Shine, Stocks Hit With Quarter-End Clip
Tencent’s Q4 Earnings Beat, Company Complies with New Rules on Privacy & Fintech
North Asian equities had an ugly night as Japan, Hong Kong, China, India, and Taiwan were all off. However, South Korea did not seem to get the memo.
Pinduoduo’s Q4 Results Shine As Founder Retires
JD.com Powers Through Q4, China Stocks Rebound
Buy The Dip & Bank RRR Cut Speculation Lead to Spectacular Day
Asian equities had a strong day as China, Hong Kong, India, and Thailand all outperformed. By far the most important catalyst for Mainland China and Hong Kong overnight was a report that banks’ reserve requirement ratio (RRR), the amount of deposits they need to hold, could be cut for regional banks, which would free up cash for lending.
Market Corrections Are Tears in The Rain, Week in Review
Asian equities were taken to the woodshed overnight. Yesterday’s US Treasury yield spike reminded me of the 2013 taper tantrum when Ben Bernanke said they were thinking of slowing quantitative easing.
Hong Kong Rallies On Return From Holiday, My Charts Don’t Lie
Asian equities were largely off as Hong Kong had a strong day along with Taiwan, which returned from holiday by ripping +3.54%.
Investors Get Their Cheese As Year of The Rat Ends
Asian equities were largely higher as Hong Kong and Mainland China outperformed on the last day of Mainland trading before the Chinese New Year holiday.
Alibaba’s Results Cast Aside Jack Ma’s Omission from List of Entrepreneurs
Asian equities had a strong day overnight with another strong day for growth stocks. The notable news overnight was the release of the Shanghai Securities News commentary celebrating top entrepreneurs that highlighted Tencent’s founder Pony Ma but out Jack Ma.
Ant Group Rises From the Ashes as Mainland Investors Buy Hong Kong in Size
Asian equities were mixed as Japan and China did alright, though Korea and India got whacked around. The positive coverage of Ant Group becoming a financial company, which could allow the company to come public at some point, lifted Alibaba Hong Kong +2.6% while other Hong Kong growth stocks saw profit-taking.
Jack Ma’s Return Drives Growth Stocks Higher in Hong Kong and China
Bilibili Relists in Hong Kong While Alibaba Goes EV
Asian markets had a strong day with China and Hong Kong off a touch. After China’s market close yesterday, the reviewed money supply and credit growth figures were released.
Hong Kong & Mainland China Equities Continue to Climb The Wall of Worry
Asian equities were mixed overnight as Hong Kong and China outperformed. Today’s positive market action was on high volume once again and came despite several headline headwinds including the NYSE.
Hong Kong Growth Gets Its Groove On
Asian equities were largely higher on light volumes as Hong Kong, China, and Korea outperformed. Growth stocks led gains in Hong Kong.
Foreign Investors Bought $1.233 Billion Worth of Mainland Stocks Today
Asian equities had a strong night on moderate volumes except for Taiwan, South Korea, and Singapore. While the Kospi was off -0.05%, the growth-oriented Kosdaq was up +0.47%.