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Shanghai definitely now calling the gold tune

Gold Today –New York closed at $1,256.10 yesterday after closing at $1,257.20 Wednesday. London opened at $1,263.10 today. 

Overall the dollar was slightly stronger against global currencies, early today. 874 more words

Independent Analyis

Understanding the US/China economic dynamic is not easy -- here is honest data and an honest analysis -- from Belt & Road to GDP

Beijing’s mixture of political and economic priorities may not result in an overall Belt and Road policy formula that is workable. Christopher Whalen May 21, 2017 A great deal of attention is being paid by Western media to China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative, the most ambitious foreign-policy initiative yet for paramount leader Xi Jinping. 

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China Pumps $24.7 Billion Into Financial System

Cash injection follows comments from officials suggesting concern that moves to tighten regulation have caused disruption

A woman walks past the People’s Bank of China headquarters in Beijing on March 9, 2017. 708 more words

The China Debt Crisis Is Still Ripening

By Nathaniel Taplin
The Wall Street Journal

May 2, 2017 10:42 p.m. ET

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Rising Chinese bond and money-market yields—both of which have touched their highest levels in more than a year over the past six weeks—are haunting Western investors… 456 more words

China eases yuan outflow controls in sign of recovered confidence -- Investors want Beijing to stop suffocating offshore investing

Central bank has relaxed policy on banks processing cross-border yuan payments

By Xie Yu
South China Morning Post

Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 2:11pm

 

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China's central bank thinks digital currency can do one thing cash can't

China’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), has been working to develop its own digital currency. Having recently completed a trial run of its cryptocurrency based on blockchain technology, the PBoC is moving closer to becoming one of the first central banks to issue digital money. 339 more words

Chinese corporate debt levels 'excessively high'

China’s race to meet official growth targets has led to critical levels of debt amongst Chinese companies as they fuel expansion overseas, the country’s central bank has said. 217 more words

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