April 7, 2014 (Chinavestor) The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell hard on Monday, again, after Friday's triple digit loss. The Dow lost over 300 points in the last two trading days and is off over 2%. Chinese stocks suffered even more as investors rotated out of risky foreign listings. The China ADR Index, calculated by Chinavestor, only managed to minimize losses thanks to advances in large cap energy stocks. But internet and technology names plunged.
April 7, 2014 (Chinavestor) Chinese stocks were a mixed bag in first week of April. Consumer cyclical, basic material, energy and utility stocks made it to the black however consumer non-cyclical, technology and capital goods stocks fell significantly last week. Health care, services and financial sectors were undecided.
April 3, 2014 (Chinavestor) Chinese stocks suffered another blow in April while investors hedged bets and moved away from riskier asset types. The Dow Jones was virtually unchanged but the NASDAQ fell 38.42 points or 0.91%. Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) was among those that weighted down the index. Back to Chinese listings on the NYSE and NASDAQ. The China ADR Index, compiled by Chinavestor, fell 0.34% to 695.84 points. NASDAQ listings led the decline while larger cap NYSE listed Chinese stocks remained resilient.