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Reflation Frustration

This is probably a decent time to start asking yourself if the narrative still makes sense.

If you got anything out of Steve Mnuchin’s comments on Thursday it should probably be that no matter what Steve Bannon says (there are a lot of “Steves” in this administration), Trump isn’t going to be able to do everything he said he was going to do overnight. 792 more words


Как менялася цена на акции компании Microsoft за последние 30 дней?

За период активных торгов за прошедший месяц на Нью-Йоркской бирже NASDAQ акции компании Microsoft показывали положительную динамику роста. Команда аналитиков и трейдеров совместно с маркетинговым отделом компании … 9 more words


Foreign investment is not leaving China: commerce minister

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

China’s commerce minister on Tuesday sought to assuage concerns that foreign investment is leaving the country, saying claims to that effect were “biased.” 313 more words

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PBOC to inject 100 billion yuan via reverse repos: traders

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) drained a net 150 billion yuan from money market last week.

China’s central bank will inject 40 billion yuan (US$5.82 billion) into money markets on Tuesday through seven-day reverse bond repurchase agreements, 30 billion yuan through 14-day reverse repos, and an additional 30 billion yuan through 28-day reverse repos, traders said. 52 more words

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China's bitcoin traders are finding new ways to trade after an official clampdown

China’s central bank has stepped up oversight of bitcoin exchanges this year, leading major trading platforms to impose halts on withdrawals and other checks to appease the regulator.  285 more words

When China offers itself as a champion of globalization, as it did recently before the good and the great gather at Davos, reality must intrude.  There are, of course, aspects of globalization that China treasures. 

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This how you know something desperate is going on in China's economy

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Things are looking a bit desperate in China.

The country has been suffering from money outflows for months  — something that troubles Beijing because it pulls down the value of the Chinese yuan and makes the economy harder to manage. 554 more words

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