Despite the ongoing trade war with the U.S., investors shouldn't be ignoring companies in China. To the contrary, here are three that could be worth buying.
News & Analysis: Baidu
China's leading search engine is close to dropping into the double digits for the first time in nearly six years. But it's not likely to happen.
Last month delivered a perfect storm of bad news for shareholders in the Chinese internet giant.
Tencent’s lower dependence on ads, stickier ecosystem, better cost controls, and smarter buybacks make it a better tech play than Baidu.
ByteDance could preinstall its popular apps on its own hardware.
Two of China's best-known online growth stocks have fallen out of favor, but only one has a clear path to win back investors.
Shares of "the Google of China" sank to a six-year low Friday.
Baidu’s quarter left more questions than answers.
The Chinese tech giant’s new $1 billion buyback plan won’t help investors.
The recent downturn in Chinese tech stocks has been tough and some giants are holding up better than others.