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Tag: Chinese economy


Capital and Risk, Macroeconomic

China continuing to outpace the U.S. economy, CFO survey reveals

December 2, 2020

Via: CNBC

For the second straight quarter, the world’s leading chief financial officers have a more positive outlook on the Chinese economy than they do for the economy of the United States. In the Q4 CNBC Global CFO Council Survey, CFOs gave […]


Capital and Risk, Macroeconomic

New U.S. sanctions add uncertainty for global banks looking to tap China market

August 11, 2020

Via: CNBC

U.S. sanctions on Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam raises uncertainty for international banks that were looking at a historic opening of the Chinese financial market. The U.S. Treasury announced Friday sanctions on the semi-autonomous region’s chief executive and 10 other […]


Capital and Risk, Macroeconomic

Slow Chinese economy casts doubt on speed of U.S. recovery, analysts say

April 17, 2020

Via: Market Watch

Investors have taken some solace in signs that China is beginning to dig itself out of the economic hole created by the coronavirus pandemic as restrictions aimed at fighting the disease have been lifted in recent weeks. Analysts warn though […]


Capital and Risk, Macroeconomic

EU Chamber says China’s new foreign investment law is ‘surprisingly accommodating’

October 21, 2019

Via: CNBC

BEIJING — At least on paper, the Chinese government is trying to show how serious it is about improving the local business environment for foreign companies. Joerg Wuttke, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, told reporters […]


Capital and Risk, Macroeconomic

China frees up $126 billion for lending with reserve-ratio cut

September 6, 2019

Via: Market Watch

BEIJING—China’s central bank will unleash roughly 900 billion yuan ($126 billion) into the financial system, in an effort to boost lending as the world’s second-largest economy faces increasing pressure from a trade war with the U.S. The People’s Bank of […]


Activity, Trading

Asian markets mixed as investors await Wall Street’s next move

December 24, 2018

Via: Market Watch

Asian stocks started mostly lower in light trading Monday, but finished mixed, as a Wall Street slump and a partial U.S. government shutdown clouded holiday cheer. Markets in Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines were closed. Trade tensions were slightly improved […]


Activity, Investment Banking

Treasury bonds will be the best investment if a trade war throttles the U.S. and Chinese economies

July 19, 2018

Via: Market Watch

It has been more than three years since the “Up and Down Wall Street” section in Barron’s featured a column titled “German Bunds: The Short of the Century.” While I would characterize the headline as bombastic, it was not the […]