Trump may have imposed 100s of billions of dollars on tariffs in the US China trade war and it seems he isn't about to stop there…
In fact, the trade war could escalate to a new level of madness where we see the US delist a number of Chinese companies from the US stock exchanges.
Just to put it into perspective, in February, as per government data, there were 156 companies that traded on... ››› more
The Chinese central bank, the People's Bank of China, just cut interest rates again. Whilst on the negative side it shows that the country's economy is struggling, it could be good news for investors.
So why is an interest rate cut a positive?
Read on to find out…
What happens in China when interest rates fall?
Looking over the past two decades, when China cuts interest ra... ››› more
This morning, shares in China continued to slide. Investors are selling stocks across the board.
This has led around half of the companies listed in China to halt trading. The Chinese government's attempts to bolster the local market appear to be failing.
So what's going on?
Read on to find out…
Investors can’t sell stocks in China quick enough
Stocks listed in China have “... ››› more
After yesterday's massacre on the Chinese markets, today didn't start off much better. Worries over the China's central bank tightening credit have led to panic. And all that after the Fed's announcement last week about reducing and eventually stopping its stimulus programme…
Today, Chinese stocks touched “a four and a half-year low,” reports the BBC “amid persistent concerns over the go... ››› more
Following data released last week that showed manufacturing activity shrank and with the Fed's news that it won't continue to prop up its economy with its stimulus programme much longer, China was feeling the squeeze. Initially, local expectations appeared to assume that the Chinese government would intervene with its own stimulus measures. But it's made it clear that won't happen…
Markets the... ››› more
China's manufacturing activity growth has impressed economists into saying it isn't heading for a hard landing after all. And while its figures were lower today, gains have been very healthy in the past few months. So you shouldn't let today's slight slump put you off - it's actually the perfect time to invest in China!
Asian markets were slightly lower on Friday as traders took a breather afte... ››› more
Many investors have been waiting anxiously for China's much anticipated ‘hard landing'. But it seems China's not heading for a hard landing after all - it's going for a hard bounce instead! Here's why you should take a long-term view to investing in China, to profit from this emerging market economy.
In mainland China, the Shanghai Composite Index climbed 0.5% to close at 2,325.82 and the sma... ››› more
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