S&P China SPDR (NY: GXC )
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As we try to cope with an uncertain environment that continues to fuel market volatility, investors should begin considering the best ways to incorporate alternative strategies to cushion any further...
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China: Bank lending - is it effective?
June 10, 2020
In China, bank loan growth is almost led by the government‘s policy stance. During this important recovery stage, the government wants banks to lend but banks are rightly worried about credit risk.
Monday's ETF Movers: REM, GXC
June 08, 2020
In trading on Monday, the iShares Mortgage Real Estate ETF is outperforming other ETFs, up about 8.9% on the day. Components of that ETF showing particular strength include shares of AG Mortgage...
From ETF Channel
China Launches QE To Jumpstart Economy
June 02, 2020
The Chinese National Bureau of Statistics released some updated PMI numbers for the month of May 2020. They don’t appear to have much force behind them, and certainly don’t fit the circumstances.
Alibaba Tops Fiscal Q4 Earnings: ETFs in Focus
May 26, 2020
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group reported strong fourth-quarter fiscal 2020 results before the opening bell on May 22, wherein it beat earnings and revenue expectations.
Fear Is Still On Holiday
May 26, 2020
The heightened tensions between the US and China sapped risk-appetites before the weekend, but appear to be missing in action today. Equity markets have rebounded strongly.
China ETFs Retreat After Beijing Ditches GDP Target
May 22, 2020
China country-specific exchange traded funds retreated after Beijing for the first time in over a quarter-century refrained from issuing an economic growth target for 2020. On Friday, the iShares MSCI...
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China's Debt-To-GDP Ratio Surges to 317 Percent
May 21, 2020
The IIF estimates that China’s total debt hit 317 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in the first quarter of 2020.
China’s ‘Two Sessions’ herald rebound of economy
May 21, 2020
As the coronavirus fallout is spreading in Western economies, China’s rebound has begun. Global recovery requires global cooperation, however.
A Cautious China
May 16, 2020
Any setback in May is not necessarily fatal to the “V” case, merely synchronizing China with the rest of the world. That may already be why there’s less “V” in April’s data outside of IP which has the...
What's Next For China After COVID-19?
May 13, 2020
Why Chinese Stocks Tumbled Today
May 01, 2020
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Guaging The Global Bounce
April 22, 2020
The COVID market crash in the first quarter broke significant long term uptrend channels that were in place. The only countries that have managed to somewhat hold onto long-term uptrends are China,...
China Quietly Injected A Record 5.2 Trillion In New Credit To Kickstart Its Frozen Economy
April 10, 2020
The March data demonstrated two things: that the V-shaped recovery in China's economy in March was merely a flood of cheap credit unleashed by the government and that the government has been quietly...
Slowing Virus Lifts Stocks
April 06, 2020
Asian markers traded on the front foot overnight and European markets jump higher on the open, whilst safe havens come under pressure as the market mood turns positive.
Twin shocks, first being a supply shock, beginning from shutdowns in China, now the demand shock originating from the Western world, is unfolding right in front of us.
China: Worst-Ever Profit Data For Factories
March 28, 2020
Industrial profits fell 38.3% year-on-year, year-to-date in February from -3.30% YoY YTD in December. This is the worst data on record.
Unprecedented In China, Yes, But Then What?
March 16, 2020
These numbers are essentially meaningless. They aren’t completely devoid of content, of course, just that such substance is of limited use.
China: Surprisingly Restrained Loan Growth
March 12, 2020
Credit growth has been much lower than expected even though companies have continued to suffer damage from the Covid-19 outbreak. What's going on?
Could China's Overlapping Crises Spiral Out Of Control?
March 05, 2020
China's central bank can print money but it can't force bankrupt companies to borrow more or bankrupt lenders to issue loans to unqualified borrowers.
China's Liquidity Strains
March 03, 2020
China’s financial system experienced a major liquidity problem at the start of 2020. Now liquidity strains can also be traced to the coronavirus.
China: The Emperor Has No Clothes
March 02, 2020
China has over-expanded, urbanized too rapidly and, has excess capacity in everything from empty condos to cement factories. It is the epicenter of the greatest and most global bubble in modern...
The first glimpse at China’s economy in its full virus effects was one beyond ugly. Both the manufacturing and non-manufacturing indices plummeted. And the word “plummeted” is understated here.
Sixth Straight Day Of Selling, Dollar Falling On Fed Bets
February 27, 2020
Markets are in the red again this morning but interestingly it is China which is holding up the best with the CSI 300 index in the black. However, other Asian bourses including both Hang Seng index and...
US Down More Than China
February 24, 2020
Of all the trends swirling around in the market this morning, the performance of US and Chinese equities relative to their YTD highs has to be one of the more surprising ones.
Supply Chain Disruptions Impact On Global Growth
February 23, 2020
The impact on supply chains is significantly larger than most analysts expected. China is now 17% of the global economy and provinces that count for 89% of the country’s exports remain in lockdown.
Bulls Vs Bears On China: Coronavirus, Trade And More
February 19, 2020
There's no denying that the coronavirus is having an impact on the Chinese economy. However, bulls and bears differ on the severity of the problems it will have on China.
Terrifying Charts Show China's Economy Remains Completely Paralyzed
February 19, 2020