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Emerging Markets: What Has Changed - Friday, Oct. 6
October 06, 2017
In the EM equity space as measured by MSCI, China (+4.1%), South Africa (+3.2%), and Hungary (+2.4%) have outperformed this week, while Egypt (-2.8%), Qatar (-2.7%), and Mexico (-1.7%) have...
US stock markets have been going up for some time. Is it time to consider other equity investments - like China?
In a sign that China's ongoing attempts to delever (and decelerate) the economy may have gone a bit too far, on Saturday morning China’s central bank announced a targeted reserve requirement ratio...
Portfolio For An Apocalypse?
September 27, 2017
In thinking about some sort of apocalypse portfolio I would allocate more to low or hopefully negatively correlated assets.
Varying Growth Opportunities in Global ETFs
September 25, 2017
The global economy continues to chug along, but individual country growth remain disparate. Investors, though, may pick and choose their global exposures with country-specific exchange traded funds....
From ETF Trends
The brief encounter with a 'recovery' that China's economic data enjoyed in the first half of 2017 has evaporated as the reality of a collapsing credit impulse strikes across the board
Markets Struggle on Weak Chinese Data
September 13, 2017
China’s factory output, retail sales and fixed-asset investments all grew less than expected, creating a question as to whether China’s economy may be floundering due to increased borrowing costs.
The offshore yuan had its best day against the dollar since May yesterday and you’ll recall this comes on the heels of a record-setting stretch that saw USD/CNH fall for 14 straight sessions - a record...
ETF Pick of the Month: This Country's Rally May Be at an End
September 01, 2017
ETFdb.com is recommending a new short position for the month ahead. This pick revolves around the slowdown in a major economy and the possible over-extended equity market. As always, investors of all...
China Economic Data Disappoints: ETFs in Focus
August 15, 2017
China’s GDP has been growing at a strong pace. It increased 6.9% year over year in the second quarter of 2017, same as the first quarter. China reported a strong first half of 2017 but data released...
64BN yuan in credit drained from China's economy, the first negative print since October, seen by analysts as more evidence that Beijing’s campaign to contain shadow banking and quash risks to the...
The lack of new antagonisms over the weekend between the US and North Korea has prompted the markets to react accordingly.
Confirming the credit impulse peak is passed (June's surprise beats), China's July macro-economic data is ugly. Retail Sales, Industrial Production, and Fixed Asset Investment all fell and missed...
The Chinese Yuan continued to rise to the highest level since October of last year, supported by the US Dollar major weakness this year. Shanghai Composite Index has been rising for the past eight...
Is the U.S. Or China The World's Economic Superpower?
August 07, 2017
The United States and China combine for 39% of global GDP, 53% of estimated economic growth in the coming years, and 23% of the world’s population. But which one is perceived as the more dominant...
China ETFs Steam To Multi-Year Highs
August 04, 2017
Emerging markets have been off to the races in 2017 and China has played a huge role in fueling that growth.
"It Feels Like An Avalanche": China's Crackdown On Conglomerates Has Sent A "Shock Wave" Across Markets
July 24, 2017
And since in any power struggle between Chinese companies and Beijing in general, and Xi Jinping in particular, the latter will always win, the market's reaction was to violently selloff any big...
An ETF for Emerging Market Exposure Sans China
July 20, 2017
BlackRock’s iShares launched an emerging market exchange traded fund that specifically excludes China to allow investors better control their Chinese equity exposure as the Asian market continues to...
From ETF Trends
Why Might Hong Kong Still Be Interesting?
July 19, 2017
When the People’s Republic of China (PROC) was granted full UN status in 1971, everything was then set in motion.
How China pulls off what has historically been an impossible task of slowing credit creation without sending the economy into a tailspin and crashing its markets?
Monday's ETF Movers: XME, GXC
July 17, 2017
In trading on Monday, the SPDR S&P Metals & Mining ETF is outperforming other ETFs, up about 1.8% on the day. Components of that ETF showing particular strength include shares of Carpenter Technology,...
From ETF Channel
For today, liquidity injections from the PBoC, upbeat econ data, and a yuan that’s being perpetually propped up not only by an increasingly opaque fixing mechanism but by spot market intervention,...
China PMI Surges: ETFs in Focus
July 04, 2017
China’s manufacturing activity grew faster than expected in June 2017. According to China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), the manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) increased to 51.7 in...
China H1 2017 Growth Amid Deleveraging
June 28, 2017
Despite seemingly mixed messages, China’s great shift from easing to tightening has begun. While growth will continue to decelerate, it can still remain on the deceleration track, even as deleveraging...
Data suggest that output in China’s economy slowed during Q2 after a strong start to the year, with investment slowing, some credit becoming tighter and signs that curbs on the country’s property...
There are two likely events in the US next week that are not to be found on the economic calendars but could have a profound impact on the investment climate in the period ahead. T
Emerging Market 'Risk' Has Never Been Lower, But...
June 21, 2017
As global central bank exuberance suppresses equity volatility, emerging markets are catching up (or down). Expected uncertainty in Emerging Market Equities has never been lower.
Alarming Signals From Chinese Debts Markets Flash Red
June 21, 2017
There is something very alarming going on with the Chinese debt markets that pretty much guarantees that China is going to tip into a bear market in its stock market and have an economic slowdown.
Central banks always respond to this lack of inflation by injecting massive amounts of liquidity, i.e., credit, in the system: according to Citi, the credit addiction started in 1982 in the UK, while...