China’s regulatory crackdown has rattled U.S. investors. But JPMorgan says it’s time to stop panicking. See full story.
Tencent and other gaming stocks tumble after China news outlet labels them ‘spiritual opium’ for teens
Investors are worried a new level of regulation could be coming for the hard-hit technology sector in China. See full story.
Here’s how often ‘inflation’ is being mentioned on corporate earnings calls
Company mentions of inflation on earnings calls jump to record levels, accelerating as businesses tracked by the S&P 500 index report their latest quarterly results, according to research from Bank of America. See full story.
What new crypto tax rules would mean for average investors and miners
Experts tell MarketWatch that the average crypto investor who uses a centralized exchange like Coinbase COIN or Kraken to buy and sell crypto assets should expect the IRS to know exactly how much money they made on those transactions, if the bill becomes law. See full story.
Why can’t China kick its coal habit?
Pressured by a slowing economy, internal dissent and trade disputes with the West, China is rapidly building coal-fired plants when it should be dismantling them. See full story.
Become a ‘business of one,’ says author of ‘Remote, Inc.: How to Thrive at Work… Wherever You Are.’ See full story.