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Money is rotating out of high-growth tech stocks and toward cyclical industries that are set to benefit from broader economic growth
This company benefitted from a surge in e-commerce during the pandemic
The online furniture seller has booked its second consecutive quarterly profit after straight quarterly losses ever since its 2014 market debut.
The extraordinary move to suspend the $34 billion initial public offering of Ant Group, the online-finance operation carved out of Alibaba, caps a tug of war between billionaire Jack Ma and Chinas top regulators.
The financial-technology company part-owned by Alibaba Group is set to raise at least $34.4 billion through dual listings in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Much of the value of the winners of the pandemic stock market like Apple, Alphabet and Twitter lies in the hope of earnings many years in the future. But that means they are more exposed to the unexpected threats that will emerge given more time.
Investors punished Pinduoduo and rewarded Alibaba and JD after their quarterly results. Chinese e-commerce companies need to deliver growth to meet rising expectations.
Two-thirds of Canadian hedge funds are now beating market benchmarks, according to figures to the end of July released by Venator Capital Management Ltd.