It’s a pleasing night for a trader. The board shows a sea of green. And it’s coming from the UK.
China’s economy has been a powerhouse in recent years. China has been one of the biggest leaders in exports.
But times are a changing, for better or worse, is a subject of heated debate.
The US and China trade war is a heated topic right now, and everywhere around the world.
People are on thin ice with their stocks and investing while US is trying to impose tariffs on Chinese exports.
Despite them being one of the world’s biggest economic leaders and the trade war going on between them and the US.
Is there still investment opportunities to be made, and how will they affect your wealth at home? Wealth Morning has a section on the Chinese economy where you can Find out here.
‘China’s got a big advantage,’ began a friend after dinner. ‘It doesn’t have elections every four years.
Obama releases a documentary called American factory. A Chinese billionaire opens a new Fuyao glass factory in an old General Motors plant in Dayton, Ohio.
When we had kings and queens, a monarch justified his power by claiming a divine right given to him by God.
The global slowdown puts Countries like Australia and New Zealand are in a very risky position. For years, China has been the major export partner.
Will all this spending, inflating, and rate-cutting really make the economy healthier? Of course not.
Like a powerful drug, the phony money corrodes and disfigures your economy. Your teeth rot; your brain shrivels.
If you want to make money — whatever route you choose — the road to profit is paved with both opportunity and crisis.
Stocks lost $1.4 trillion in value over the last few trading days. The press is reporting it as a ‘monster bloodbath.’
So far, the big, fat, ugly Dow has sat on the wall and refused to tumble. But last week, Donald J Trump gave it a shove.
Over the longer run, imposing tariffs can help rebalance trade and allow other developing countries a go. And allow some local manufacturers to restart.
The politicians talk about the government ‘investing’ money. But it isn’t often that government spending brings a good return it usually destroys capital.
It’s hard to deny it: all the signs of a potential downturn are there. We’ve had a fantastic bull run, but it’s almost certainly running out of steam.