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Recent articles by Xie:

Duty-Free Boom Fuels Surge in Chinese Tourism Stocks

Chinese tourism stocks are flying high, thanks to a bet by investors that travelers will stick to domestic excursions due to the pandemic and also take advantage of relaxed duty-free rules. → Read More

New York Conducts Its Most Coronavirus Tests; U.S. Cases Rise by 58,000

Nationwide, the death toll passed 154,000, with more than 1,100 new fatalities, making Saturday the fifth straight day when deaths surpassed 1,000. → Read More

Chinese Property Giant Vanke Takes Stake in Ailing Rival Tahoe

A unit of one of China’s largest property companies agreed to buy 19.9% of Tahoe, offering hope to many households that have made big outlays on unfinished apartments. → Read More

Chinese Hedge Funds Shine in Volatile Year

Chinese hedge-fund managers are having a banner year, outperforming rivals elsewhere. → Read More

Chinese Stocks Surge as Individual Investors Pile Into Market

The flagship Shanghai Composite Index hit its highest since early 2018, as small investors bet that a recovering Chinese economy and easier financial conditions would fuel a boom in corporate profits. → Read More

Global Markets Inch Higher; Chinese Stocks Lag Behind

U.S. stock futures crept higher, as did some international indexes, while weaker-than-expected inflation data put Chinese shares under pressure. → Read More

Hong Kong Leads Global Markets Higher

Hong Kong’s benchmark stock index led international markets higher, signaling investors’ relief that President Trump has refrained so far from definitive steps targeting the city or mainland China. → Read More

Global Markets Hold Steady

International stocks were little changed, as investors weighed mixed Chinese economic data and the implications of renewed tensions between the U.S. and China. → Read More

The Coronavirus Sees China’s Local Governments Binge on Off-the-Books Debt

China’s regional bosses are ramping up infrastructure spending, falling back on an old remedy to boost economic activity as the coronavirus pandemic curbs consumption and industrial production. → Read More

Global Markets Rise as Some Coronavirus Lockdowns Ease

Global stocks rose Monday, as investors anticipated new rounds of stimulus from central banks and more countries took steps to reopen their economies from coronavirus lockdowns. → Read More

China Offers Early Test of Bonds Backed by Consumer Loans

Hints of stress in China’s asset-backed securities market are a warning sign for the U.S. and other countries hit by coronavirus shutdowns. → Read More

Global Markets Gain

Stock benchmarks in the Asia-Pacific region rose Tuesday, and S&P futures advanced, suggesting U.S. markets could also gain ground later in the day. → Read More

Coronavirus Brings Public Gatherings to a Halt

Daily life ground to a halt under the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, as tighter restrictions by governments and businesses put further constraints on travel, shopping, elections and even religious services. → Read More

Stocks Revive After Dow’s Worst Day in 12 Years

International markets regained ground after a bruising selloff, with American stock futures gaining more than 3%, as investors welcomed the prospect of new U.S. tax cuts and other measures to counter the coronavirus pain. → Read More

Global markets in turmoil as oil price plunges

Bond investors push US Treasury yields to fresh record as concerns about global economic stability escalate → Read More

Global Stocks Regain Stability After Period of Volatility

Stocks edged higher, regaining their footing after an emergency rate cut by the Federal Reserve a day earlier prompted some investors to question how much central banks can do to offset the economic impact of the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Investors Fume as China Develops New Playbook for State-Backed Bonds

Bond investors who put their faith in Chinese state-owned enterprises are swallowing another bitter pill, just two months after an earlier wake-up call. → Read More

Chinese Stocks Recover From Coronavirus-Driven Selloff

Chinese shares have recouped their post-Lunar New Year losses, suggesting growing confidence the coronavirus will only deal a temporary blow to growth and overall corporate earnings. → Read More

A Chinese College Nurtured a Sprawling Business Empire. Then Came a Debt Crisis.

A conglomerate majority-owned by prestigious Peking University used its research prowess, elite connections and implicit state backing to expand in industries from electronics to health care, with funding by big global names. Now some of its bonds trade for less than 50 cents on the dollar. → Read More

China Pauses U.K. Listings Project

Beijing has halted a high-profile project letting Chinese companies list in London, people familiar with the matter said, in a move that could signal chillier financial relations with Britain. → Read More