Chinese manufacturing orders drop as consumers pull back on goods

Labors work at a factory’s workshop in Huaying, Sichuan province of China. Getty Images Chinese manufacturing orders are reportedly down by as much as 20-30%, according to logistics sources responsible for moving the finished products from Chinese manufacturing plants to the Chinese ports. “As consumers move from purchasing stuff to buying services, importers continue to … Read more

After Russia exit moves, corporations face a much trickier end game

A man views a digital board showing Russian rouble exchange rates against the euro and the US dollar outside a currency exchange office. On March 2, 2022, the Russian rouble hit record lows with the US dollar and the euro rates reaching 110 and 122 at the Moscow Exchange respectively. Mikhail Metzel | TASS | … Read more

These stocks could rise as Russia-Ukraine war causes U.S. companies to rethink globalization trend

Growing geopolitical risks could spur some investors to consider stocks closer to home.