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China ETFs Surge On Li Keqiang’s Promise For 7% Growth

July 25th, 2013

china etfsLong a top destination for foreign capital, China has begun to fall from its lofty perch this year. The country has seen its economy fall below the important 8% annual GDP growth mark, with current gains coming in at roughly 7.5%. Read more…

NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP

Options Traders Taking Positions In Emerging Markets ETFs (EEM, SPY, EWZ, FXI)

December 17th, 2012

Richard Rittorno: We’ve been harping on about the emerging markets vs. domestic market trade now for over two months. It’s working out very well for those following Tim Seymour’s  pair trade of going long (NYSEARCA:EEM) and going short (NYSEARCA:SPY). Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:EWZ, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:SPY

Positive Data and Comments From The Chinese Government Sends Shanghai Composite Surging

December 16th, 2012

Sean Geary: The Shanghai Composite (NYSEARCA:FXI) surged on Friday as China’s benchmark index recorded its largest one day move since October 2009. Read more…

NYSE:FXI

The Myth That Markets Move Together (FXI, TAO, EWS, EWH, EEM)

October 1st, 2012

I can’t tell you how many times I have heard this comment: “Carl, it doesn’t matter where in the world I invest because markets always move together.”Really? Than why is the Shanghai Composite down 40% since August 2009 while the Read more…

NYSE:ECON, NYSE:EEM, NYSE:EPHE, NYSE:EPI, NYSE:EWH, NYSE:EWS, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:RSX, NYSE:TAO

China Data Debate Takes A New Turn (FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO, BAC)

July 26th, 2012

Jim Trippon: In an interesting twist on the theme of how reliable China’s official economic data is, the issue has seen a couple of dueling analysts take up opposing views. In a recent Bloomberg article, Shen Jianguang of Mizuho was quoted as saying that the recent GDP numbers Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP, NYSE:VWO

What The Latest GDP Number Means For China (FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO)

July 20th, 2012

Jim Trippon: China’s second quarter GDP growth slowed to a year over year rate of 7.6 percent, which was less than some observers had expected, and less than the first quarter’s 8.1 percent growth. The surprise, such as it even was, was confined to outsiders, however Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP, NYSE:VWO

China Shares Show Signs Of Life (VWO, FXP, FXI, EEM, EWJ)

July 2nd, 2012

Jim Trippon: On the last trading day in June, the Shanghai Composite Index rose smartly with a 29.59 point surge to hit 2,25.43. The 1.35 percent increase on the day for the trading average was a bit of good news in a market that has been desultory for much Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:EWJ, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP, NYSE:VWO

China’s Flash Data Points To Stepped Up Easing (VWO, FXP, FXI, EEM, VTI)

June 27th, 2012

Jim Trippon: With the June preliminary manufacturing PMI numbers in from the HSBC Flash survey, it looks as though China will be ramping up its easing measures more. The HSBC Flash Purchasing Managers Index dropped to 48.1 for June, after May’s PMI hit 48.4. Read more…

NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP, NYSE:VTI, NYSE:VWO

Why China’s Rate Cut Supports Growth (FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO, VTI)

June 11th, 2012

Jim Trippon: China’s central bank, The People’s Bank of China, cut the one-year borrowing interest rate 25 basis points, from 6.56 percent to 6.31 percent, on Thursday, June 7th. Along with this cut, the central bank cut the one year deposit rate also by 25 basis points, to 3.25 percent. Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:VTI, NYSE:VWO

China Likely To Ease More (VWO, FXP, FXI, EEM, VTI)

May 30th, 2012

Jim Trippon: News last Thursday that China’s economy slowed for the seventh consecutive month came from the HSBC Markit Purchasing Managers Index Report. The flash reading for May was 48.7 compared to the 49.3 final reading from April. Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP, NYSE:VTI, NYSE:VWO

China’s Economy Ready To Turn Positive (FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO)

May 22nd, 2012

Jim Trippon: Investors in China are of course paying close attention and are strongly interested in both the near term and long term direction of China’s economy. Most of the news from the western financial media has painted a negative picture of China recently Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP, NYSE:VWO

Weakness Or Pause In China’s Economy? (FXI, FXP, VWO, EEM)

May 16th, 2012

Jim Trippon: With the April economic numbers for China (NYSEARCA:FXI) just released, they revived the arguments for the China bears (NYSEARCA:FXP) who believe the economy is in a severe slowdown, still headed for a hard landing. But is this really the case? Read more…

NYSE:EEM, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP, NYSE:VWO

Jim Rogers Still Bullish On Gold Prices, Bearish On Governments (GLD, SPY, VGK, FXI)

April 30th, 2012

Jonathan Yates: The lack of a fresh round of quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve and better U.S. economic data has driven the price of gold (NYSEARCA:GLD) lower. Read more…

NYSE:FXI, NYSE:GLD

China’s Appetite Grows For Western Style Food Production (FXI, FXP, DBA, MOO, VWO)

April 25th, 2012

Jim Trippon: China continues to undergo vast changes. One of the areas that is shifting is in its food consumption and production. As the nation continues to enjoy greater affluence, consumers gravitate toward more protein-rich foods, especially pork and chicken. China’s pork production accounts for more than half Read more…

NYSE:DBA, NYSE:FXI, NYSE:FXP, NYSE:MOO

Time To Bet On The Far East With These ETFs (CHIQ, FXI, EWJ, EWT, EWY, EWH, EWS, IDX, VNM, THD)

April 22nd, 2012

Tony Sagami: The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, may have brought the U.S. into war against the Japanese, but Japan had been waging war against much of Asia for a decade before Read more…

NYSE:CHIQ, NYSE:EWH, NYSE:EWJ, NYSE:EWS, NYSE:EWT, NYSE:EWY




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