A Singapore blogger deleted a post alleging the city’s courts are biased in favor of the well- connected after the government’s top legal adviser called the charge “scurrilous” and threatened prosecution.
Hong Kong stocks fell, paring this week’s gain, as France’s borrowing costs rose at a bond auction, adding to concern that Europe’s debt crisis is deepening and tempering gains by Chinese oil producers after a tax cut.
For casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson, what happens in Macau doesn’t always stay in Macau as U.S. courts probe his operations in the world’s biggest gambling hub. The scrutiny has investors favoring local rivals.
Short sellers have never been so sure that Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co., China’s second-biggest maker of construction equipment, will drop as building slows and customers fall behind on payments.
Hong Kong’s record run of initial public offerings is faltering as tumbling stock prices prompted Bluestar Adisseo Nutrition Group and China Datang Corp. to delay or withdraw a maximum $2.6 billion of share sales.
Bluestar Adisseo Nutrition Group and China Datang Corp. delayed initial public offerings in Hong Kong seeking as much as $2.6 billion because of market volatility, according to three people familiar with the plans.