Caution prevailed in financial markets on Friday ahead of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, even as China's economic growth beat expectations.
Hong Kong stocks followed Asian markets lower on Thursday, with sentiment hurt by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's hints that the pace of U.S. interest rate hikes could accelerate.
Hong Kong stocks closed at 2-1/2 month highs on Wednesday and rose above the psychologically key 23,000 level unseen in six weeks.
Hong Kong shares rose, but gains were capped as investors awaited British Prime Minister Theresa May's speech on Brexit later in the day and Friday's inauguration of Donald Trump as U.S. president.
U.S. stock futures eased Monday as investors shied away from global equities in favor of perceived safe-haven assets such as gold and the Japanese yen and fresh concerns over Brexit hit the pound.
Fox News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) weighs in on Chinese state media's warning to the Trump administration of a 'military clash' with the U.S.
Hong Kong stocks rebounded on Friday to cap a three-week winning streak, helped by strength in the energy sector.
Fox News Contributor Rob xxxx discusses whether Gen. James Mattis is prepared to meet evolving global challenges as Defense Secretary.
Hong Kong stocks fell, bucking a regional rally, as investors took a breather after five days of gains in the city.
Hong Kong stocks hit a one-month high on Tuesday as Chinese commodity prices rallied.
McDonald's has agreed to sell the bulk of its China and Hong Kong business to state-backed conglomerate CITIC and Carlyle Group for up to $2.1 billion.
Hong Kong stocks edged higher on Monday, led by utility and services stocks, but gains were capped by increasing pressure from profit-taking after a two-week long rally.
U.S. and Chinese data and an expected news conference by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump in the coming week may shed some light on the state of the world's two biggest economies - and the outlook for relations between them.
Lobster lovers are used to adjusting to high prices, but this winter, they're shelling out even more for the cherished crustaceans because of a lack of catch off of New England and Canada and heavy exports to China.
For the days leading up to 2017, I would encourage investors to drop the 'investment resolutions' and instead formally state an investment 'mission’s statement.' Time spent in self-dialogue and self-rhetoric should help clearly define your investment purpose and may go a long way in exposing your struggles to remain on track.
A look back at some of the biggest market-moving events of 2016.
Officials and investors celebrated the end of 2016 at the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Friday as Japanese shares dropped to a three-week low on the last trade.
Hong Kong shares rose around 1 percent on Friday, but the main indexes ended 2016 near where they started after a volatile 12 months.
FiREapps CEO Wolfgang Koester weighs in on whether the strength of the U.S. dollar will affect manufacturing and world currencies.
South Korea's antitrust regulator fined Qualcomm $854 million for what it called unfair business practices.