Tag: Chinese Economy
After a huge fall due to coronavirus fears, stocks have now regained some stability. But watch out. There’s more ominous news looming on the horizon.
Blink and you might just miss it. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have surged in value during the coronavirus outbreak.
Driven by fear of the coronovirus, China has injected $57 billion worth of liquidity into its economy. Here’s why it’s a mistake.
Inflation has increasingly become the norm in economic policy. Just look at how easily both China and America have embraced this drug.
In December, we saw the value of cryptocurrencies take a nosedive. It’s all related to an incredible heist involving a Chinese company known as PlusToken.
Is Donald Trump about to declare victory in the trade war? Don’t be too happy about it. We haven’t seen any benefit to the economy just yet.
‘China’s got a big advantage,’ began a friend after dinner. ‘It doesn’t have elections every four years.
Three times, the Dow has tried to beat its October 2018 high of 2,680. And three times, it has failed. This ‘triple top’ formation is a bad sign.
The stock market was rattled after Donald Trump threatened to raise tariffs on Chinese goods.The Chinese replied with silly threats of their own.
As Trump continues to starve China of dollars, the Middle Kingdom might become more desperate. China will either cave to America’s terms, or they will have to radically change how they do things.
Trump doesn’t seem to be backing down. He’s got more tariffs at the ready, expected to be launched by Friday. China, on the other hand, is putting on a brave face.
Bass says China has a whole lot of debt, is chock-full of bad loans. And with fewer American dollars reaching Chinese shores, the Chinese central bank has less firepower to prevent things from getting ugly.
To our north, a dragon is dying. The Chinese machine is grinding to a halt…much to the surprise — and chagrin — of economists.
Today we start a new Lunar Year — the Year of the Pig. They say 2019 is a good year to make money and to invest, because the pig attracts success.
It might be years, maybe even decades, before we see another black swan. That’s what China’s hoping for at least…