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China’s drive towards ‘common prosperity’, aligned with strengthening both national security and social welfare, has resulted in a new wave of regulation which may have a ripple effect that spreads far and wide.
The two largest countries in the world – the US and China – are currently pursuing strategies with similar objectives but very different paths.
For most of this year, semiconductor stocks have been getting cheaper relative to the rest of the market and that could be an opportunity for long-term investors.
A good understanding of the business cycle is of paramount importance to investors as this usually helps to inform what strategies to pursue, traditionally choosing between growth (defensive) and value (cyclical) stocks.
Given the historical performance of the stock market, investors may be curious as to whether the adage is relevant in the current market environment.
Despite some recent choppiness, stock market averages continue to hover near their all-time highs – but that masks a subtle shift occurring beneath the...
After a long hiatus, stock dividends may finally be having their day in the sun.
The global coronavirus pandemic triggered a historic sell-off in the stock markets only for them to mount a stunning recovery in equities before the end of 2020.
RICHARD MAPARURA When the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic on 11 March, its director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said, “This is the first...
Hedge funds were always meant to come into their own when market volatility increases.