Unlike in 2020, when Beijing was able to limit disruptions to its manufacturing hubs and rely on global liquidity to shore up investor confidence, this time it has to go at it alone.
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With losses in Chinese tech and education exceeding $1 trillion, investors question where regulators might strike next.
Money managers see huge pent-up demand from wealthy older people for medical services and luxury goods.
The central bank is going to continue with its current monetary easing to meet its objectives despite Abe’s resignation, according to people familiar with the matter.
In banks across Japan sits a pile of money that's bigger than most countries' gross domestic product — the cash reserves of the nation's companies. For some it's a testament to their strength, but to many it's a wasted opportunity. Firms listed in Japan held ...