Here’s how much China stocks could still rally from zero-COVID depths, according to Goldman strategists

Wall Street stocks are poised for a bounce to start a new week, with politics one spotlight as US midterm elections are set to get under way. Many expect a split Congress and political deadlock for two years, which is not necessarily bad for markets, which tend to prefer a divided government. Neil Wilson, chief … Read more

Japan reopens to tourists with shuttered souvenir shops, hotel staff shortage

TOKYO, Oct 10 (Reuters) – As Japan opens its doors to visitors this week after more than two years of pandemic isolation, hopes for a tourism boom face tough headwinds amid shuttered shops and a shortage of hospitality workers. From Tuesday, Japan will reinstate visa-free travel to dozens of countries, ending some of the world’s … Read more

Traffic, water shortages, now floods: the slow death of India’s tech hub?

Much of Bengaluru submerged in recent flooding Residents forced to wade through waist-deep water Disruptions raise questions about the city’s future as a tech hub Authorities vow to act, but extreme weather may complicate plans BENGALURU, Sept 15 (Reuters) – Harish Pullanoor spent his weekends in the late 1980s tramping around the marshes and ponds … Read more