Are Overstimulated Stocks Ignoring Coronavirus Risks?

The Wuhan coronavirus is rapidly spreading around the globe and may soon be declared a global pandemic. The crisis is having a significant economic impact on companies, but financial markets remain nonchalant. China’s economic stimulus may be distorting financial markets. The West should avoid falling into the same trap. The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak has grown …

China’s Communist Party is Getting Nervous About Coronavirus Reporting

The Chinese government has expelled three Wall Street Journal reporters over an op-ed published by the outlet. The Wall Street Journal has been instrumental in exposing China’s underreporting of the coronavirus outbreak. China may be trying to suppress information about the outbreak by intimidating journalists. The Chinese Communist Party has expelled several journalists for daring …

Coronavirus Cover Up Threatens to Topple the Chinese Government

Calls for free speech have ramped up online among Chinese citizens. The death of the doctor who was silenced for sounding the alarm on coronavirus has outraged the nation. A missing citizen journalist is the latest to add fuel to the growing resistance against government censorship. The coronavirus epidemic has shown no signs of slowing …

This Is Why Coronavirus Is a Genuine Threat to Apple Stock

Apple’s AirPods production could be facing a major slowdown from the coronavirus in China. Currently trading above $320 per share, AAPL could suffer if its most rapidly growing product fails to meet demand this quarter. Apple stock hasn’t pivoted lower yet because Wall Street remains sanguine on the economic fallout from the virus. Apple (NASDAQ: …

China’s Government Fails to Stop Coronavirus from Infecting Stock Markets

China’s government is taking desperate measures to calm the financial markets, but they are unlikely to work. The Chinese financial system is already standing on flimsy grounds, and economic condition is worsening. Coronavirus outbreak is getting worse, and the Chinese government won’t be able to tackle this problem by injecting liquidity into the markets. The …

Trump’s ‘Confusing’ Trade Deal Isn’t Putting Off Beijing’s Top Negotiator

China’s top trade negotiator is ‘cautiously optimistic’ of a deal getting signed. US Congress passed a bill in support of Hong Kong protesters further complicating matters. President Donald Trump is expected to sign the bill. Despite the mixed messages President Donald Trump is sending out with regards to a Sino-US trade deal, China’s top trade …