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Mom and pop trading has spiked to record levels as brokers shift to zero commissions

It is easier than ever to take up stock trading, and more mom and pop investors are doing just that.

Hong Kong is mired in recession, but its IPO market is the strongest since 2015 among everyday investors

The region's median retail subscription ratio, which measures interest in stock offerings, hit 13 times for IPOs since October, its highest since 2015.

Hyflux’s S$400m rescue deal will give a UAE firm 95% stake in it – here’s what we know

Utico does not intend to conduct a merger or take-over, and Hyflux will remain listed. 

Uber is sliding after its IPO, and Main Street traders who struggled to invest dodged a bullet

Uber may rise significantly from its IPO price of $45, but the typical retail investor will struggle to buy in at the IPO price.

A US discount brokerage giant is partnering with Chinese technology company WeChat to court Asian investors

The partnership with WeChat comes at a time when when TD Ameritrade is trying to grow its business in Asia.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Jay Clayton

The SEC wants to make it easier for small-time investors to get in on companies like Uber or SpaceX

Some of the world's most valuable and talked about companies — the Uber's, Airbnb's, SpaceX's, and WeWork's — have raised hundreds of millions of dollars of funding in private deals which result in valuations in the billions.
Stephen Schwarzman, Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder of Blackstone, speaks at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills

The new titans of Wall Street have their eyes on your savings

Private equity firms are crushing it — and now they want to entice more everyday customers, not just wealthy investors.

Small investors have never been this bullish

They've reaped strong gains on risky stocks in a short period of time.

Some of Wall Street’s biggest names have their eye on your savings

Private-equity firms are looking for the next leg of growth and aggressively pursuing rich families and ordinary investors.