Bonds normally provide a countervailing cushion when stocks fall. But a big bond rally faces challenges of its own.
Facebook’s ability to encroach on Snap’s turf raises questions about the depth of Snap’s competitive moat.
Tencent’s purchase of a 5% stake in Tesla makes skeptics’ case against the electric-car pioneer tougher.
SoftBank’s $6 billion investment in Didi Chuxing would have been enough to buy all of the Chinese ride hailing app two years ago, around the time Softbank made its earlier investment into the company.
Auto-financing penetration numbers aren’t startling compared to the developed world. The pace of growth however, is.
Getting in early on a surge in foreign-currency financed Chinese acquisitions such as soccer club AC Milan might be a smart move for hedge fund Elliott Management.
Any investors who think the failure of health-care reform was somehow a positive because it cleared the way for tax reform may be about to be rapidly disabused of that notion.
Carnival shares are at records, having fully recovered from last year’s Zika-related concerns, and appear to have more upside if bookings hold up and international growth remains strong.
In late 2013, oil was range trading, U.S. drillers were ramping up and China was entering a tightening cycle—much like today. Six months later, the oil market collapsed.