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There has been concern around the level of Chinese debt for a long time now, and 2020 saw even more debt added to the system.
China's 2020 R&D Spend Jumps Over 10% To $378M: Bloomberg
March 01, 2021
China’s R&D spend escalated to 2.4% of 2020 GDP, Bloomberg reports. The country’s R&D spend rose 10.3% ...
China Recovery Stalls
March 01, 2021
One of the key pillars of the consensus bullish view about 2021 is the Chinese recovery, supported by very optimistic estimates of growth in services and exports.
GXC, GDS, ZLAB, TME: Large Outflows Detected at ETF
February 26, 2021
Symbols mentioned in this story: GXC, GDS, ZLAB, TME Exchange traded funds (ETFs) trade just like stocks, but instead of ''shares'' investors are actually buying and selling ''units''. These ''units''...
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Biden’s Foreign Policy Invites Chinese Aggression
February 25, 2021
President Biden wants the world to know America is back, prepared to lead and committed to shared goals, multilateralism and diplomacy. All this could end worse than America First.
China's Accelerated Recovery Key To Global Growth
January 26, 2021
China’s public-health authorities believe a major outbreak of the novel coronavirus in the Chinese mainland is unlikely. The authorities have taken strong containment measures to rapidly identify,...
This Post Is Not About China
January 19, 2021
China: loan growth shows deleveraging started in December
January 12, 2021
The increase in total financing was only CNY1.72 trillion, which was only 80% of the increase in November.
Tracking U.S.- China Trade Through The Coronavirus Pandemic
January 12, 2021
The gap indicating the value of trade loss attributable to COVID-19, shown as the difference between the trailing year average of trade between China and the U.S. and a 'No Coronavirus Pandemic' has...
How COVID19 Can Help Us To Decide Which Country To Invest In
January 11, 2021
The COVID19 pandemic that currently remains has clearly revealed the world’s most fragile economies. We need to look at the charts of a country’s stock index and we have the answer where to invest.
Monopoly Probe Drags Down Alibaba, China ETFs
December 24, 2020
Alibaba Group Holdings (NYSE: BABA) plunged and dragged down China country-specific exchange traded funds on Thursday as Beijing scrutinizes the e-commerce giant’s monopolistic practices. On Thursday,...
Growth Rate Of The GDP Per Capita Revisited: BRICS
December 16, 2020
BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) was organized in 2006 by four economies from the top 10. South Africa joined in 2009. The idea behind the club was mutual assistance to provide...
China's Belt and Road Initiative Collides with Pandemic Realities
December 09, 2020
One of China's signature economic and foreign policy initiatives in the last few years has been the Belt and Road Initiative.
China’s Economy Is Leading The World And Is Growing Strongly Again
November 24, 2020
The positive economic growth which was posted over the last six months helped China's economy recover all of the output it lost after its historically bad first quarter.
China’s Loan Growth Shrinks
November 11, 2020
Although the monthly change in loan growth may look worrying, it is no cause for alarm. It's actually quite normal to see small loan growth in October - the beginning of the fourth quarter.
America’s ‘Financial First Responders’ Examine the 2020 Election
October 21, 2020
As we look to the next occupant of the White House, investors should consider how to best position portfolios for the election outcome. In the recent webcast, Election 2020: A Defining Moment for...
The Chinese are itching to join the Bank of Japan and Federal Reserve to see which one can do the same thing over and over and over without the pubic noticing.
US Political And Economic Uncertainty Dragging Asian Stock Markets Down
September 24, 2020
Asian stocks collapsed this morning following the wave of sales on Wall Street due to the uncertainty looming around the US presidential elections and the fear that there is no clear winner.
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China’s Hole Puzzle
September 15, 2020
The global economy is really depending upon China to provide momentum and weight to recover. At best, huge questions. More likely, huge puzzles.
Dear Leader’s Still-Dear Dollars; The Real China July And After
September 14, 2020
Bankruptcies Rise Despite Trillions Of Liquidity
August 23, 2020
Despite an $11 trillion liquidity injection and government aid in 2020, stocks and bonds at all-time highs and sovereign as well as corporate yields at all-time lows, companies are going bust at the...
Dollar Remains Offered
August 13, 2020
The poor price action on Tuesday in the S&P 500 was shrugged off, and new highs for the recovery were made as the record high nears. The dollar, on the other hand, seemed to find plenty of sellers...
With rising tensions between the U.S. and China, investors who are looking for a way to take advantage of the uncertainty can look to several ETFs according to analysts, especially when it comes to Ant...
Of Incomplete Plans And Recoveries
July 17, 2020
There’s not much to suggest a recovery is in the works. Not a real one, anyway. Instead, it’s the same kind of “recovery” in name only that we, and especially the Chinese, have grown accustomed to.
China’s Unexpectedly Strong Growth Isn't What it Seems
July 16, 2020
China: more loans point to a recovery, PBoC on hold
July 10, 2020
Monetary data in June showed that loans and bonds increased further, which could suggest that the economy is recovering. The People's Bank of China is expected to put broad-based easing on hold as...
China’s Shanghai Composite Approaching 52-Week Highs
July 02, 2020
At current levels, the Shanghai Composite is just 0.80% from taking out its pre-COVID peak made in early January.
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