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Investing In China: Out With The Old and In With The New

January 8th, 2016

china etfsTony Daltorio:  I promised in my last article on emerging markets to look at China in depth. This is the perfect time to do so with China being blamed for Wall Street’s latest stumble. Read more…


7 Percent Crash Causes Emergency Shutdown Of Stock Markets In China For The 2nd Time In 4 Days

January 7th, 2016

market correction bearDid you see what just happened in China?  For the second time in four days, a massive stock market crash has caused an emergency shutdown of the markets in China.  Read more…


China’s Unprecedented Real Estate Bubble Is A Ticking Time Bomb

December 29th, 2015

china-real-estateHarry Dent:  We woke up this morning to find oil prices weighing on the market… again… with China suffering the biggest losses. Oil prices have already kept stocks at bay in the best time of the year. Read more…


Why China Is Key To Global Stock Markets

September 30th, 2015

worldDiane Alter:  Following a summer rout, global stock markets are on track to log their worst quarterly performance since 2011. Read more…


China Outflows Said To Surpass A Staggering $300 Billion In Under Three Months

September 23rd, 2015

china etfsTyler Durden: Whether Janet Yellen admits it or not, you can bet that going into today’s most important Fed meeting ever (until the next one) the supposedly “data dependent” FOMC has taken a good hard look at what’s happening in China in the wake of Beijing’s not-so-smooth transition to a new currency regime.  Read more…


China Liquidated A Record $83 Billion In Treasurys In July

September 21st, 2015

china etfsTyler Durden:  Back in May, when we first reported the “The Identity Of The Mystery “Belgian” Buyer Of US Treasurys” we made it clear that i) China was using Belgium as an offshore proxy for Treasury buying and – as of this year – selling and ii) that more selling was imminent. Read more…


Is China Quietly Targeting A 20% Devaluation?

August 26th, 2015

china etfsTyler Durden:   When China took the “surprising” (to anyone who was naive enough to think that the country’s economy isn’t in absolute free fall) step of resorting to a dramatic yuan devaluation on the heels of multiple ineffectual policy rate cuts, Beijing pitched the move Read more…


China’s Dangerous Game

August 13th, 2015

china etfsMike Burnick:  On Tuesday, China shocked financial markets by suddenly devaluing its currency, the yuan, by nearly 2%, which may not sound like much, but it is the biggest downward currency move in two decades. Read more…


China’s Move May Have Big Impact On Global Stocks

August 11th, 2015

china etfsChris Ciovacco:  Devaluation Could Alter Fed’s Timing. Read more…


A Stunned Wall Street Reacts To China’s Currency Devaluation

August 11th, 2015

wall-street-etfTyler Durden:  There is much stunned confusion among Wall Street’s “best and brightest” following China’s historic Yuan devaluation overnight which was predicted by exactly zero of said best and brightest, just like nobody expected the SNB to give up its own peg to the EUR in January. Read more…


Breaking Down China’s $23 Trillion Debt Pile

August 4th, 2015

debtTyler Durden:  Back in April, we highlighted Beijing’s “massive debt problem“, noting that as of last year, total debt in China amounted to some $28 trillion when you include government debt, corporate debt, and household borrowing.  Read more…


Bottom Feeding In Chinese Equities

July 27th, 2015

china etfsMarshall Hargrave:  The Chinese stock market has been up in arms, as I’m sure you’ve heard by now. The Shanghai Composite Index is down over 20% from its June high. Read more…


Will The Selloff In China Hurt The Global Economy?

July 20th, 2015

china etfsRuss explains why volatility in China’s stock market is unlikely to have a material impact on either the global or Chinese economy. Read more…


5 Reasons You Owe It to Your Money to Put China’s Market Rout In Perspective

July 13th, 2015

china etfsKeith Fitz-Gerald: Millions of investors around the world are watching China’s stock markets with bated breath, given that the Shanghai and Shenzhen bourses have lost more than $3 trillion in market capitalization between them over the past three weeks Read more…


Revisiting The China Large-Cap ETF

July 8th, 2015

new etfsRick Pendergraft:  I’ve written about the iShares China Large-Cap ETF (NYSEARCA:FXI) on a couple of occasions in this space, with one bullish article on March 12 and then a bearish piece on April 30. Read more…


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