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Why China Is Back On Our Radar (FXI, FXP, SPY)

Chris Ciovacco: The iShares China 25 ETF (NYSEARCA:FXI) remains 26% below its 2010 high, leaving the door open to a possibly attractive opportunity to “buy low”. As we noted late in Thursday’s session, the short-term risk-reward ratio for most risk assets is unfavorable.
NYSE:FXI July 20, 2012 10:10am

Five Signs China’s Economy Is Headed For Serious Trouble (FXI, FXP, VWO, EEM)

Sean Brodrick: We know that China’s central government is worried about its nation’s economy. In early June, China’s central bank surprised markets by cutting interest rates for the first time since 2008 to combat faltering growth.
NYSE:EEM June 28, 2012 12:12pm

China Succession Intrigues (FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO, TAO)

Jim Trippon: US China watchers are eager to gauge the presumed next leader of China, Vice-President Xi Jinping, when he visits the White House next month. The visit, announced by the
NYSE:EEM January 30, 2012 10:22pm

Shanghai Composite Index: Will Economic Data From China Move Stocks?

Jim Trippon: The latest economic data from China (NYSEArca:FXI), which included factory output, retail sales, fixed asset investment and the all-important GDP numbers, initially failed to move
NYSE:EEM January 24, 2012 1:01am

Taiwan Election Steers Careful Course (EWT, FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO)

Jim Trippon: Incumbent President Ma Ying-jeou was re-elected in a close campaign in Taiwan. Ma, of the Kuomintang Party, or KMT, defeated chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Party Progressive Party, or DPP. Ma received 51.6 percent of the votes to Tsai’s 45.6 percent.
NYSE:EEM January 18, 2012 5:17pm

China’s Inflation And Its Markets (FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO, TAO)

Jim Trippon: China's (NYSEARCA:FXI) recently released data showed that December consumer inflation had retreated to a 4.1 percent annual growth rate. China's slowing economy as well as
NYSE:EEM January 16, 2012 11:23pm

More Gradual Moves By China (TAO, FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO)

Jim Trippon: With many in the financial media in the west raising their voice about China (NYSEARCA:FXI) as an economy in imminent danger of plunging off a cliff, it's obvious that the Chinese government doesn't share that view. The Chinese policymakers have been attempting to address and
NYSE:EEM January 3, 2012 2:14pm

Frank Holmes vs. Gordon Chang: China’s Future Deconstructed (FXI, FXP, TAO, EEM, VWO)

JT Long: China (NYSEARCA:FXI) has become the $5.88 trillion question in the world financial equation for 2012. In an attempt to gauge the direction of this economic elephant, Cambridge House
NYSE:EEM December 31, 2011 1:13pm

A Few Chinese Bad News Bears To Spoil A Happy New Year (FXI, FXP, TAO, VWO, EEM)

Dian L. Chu: Goldman's Jim O'Neill noted in a recent interview that the world's future prosperity depends on China's (NYSEARCA:FXI) growth. While we don't totally agree with that assessment as we
NYSE:EEM December 26, 2011 5:17pm

China Looks More Toward Easing (FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO, TAO)

Jim Trippon: With the report out from China's official government sources on its latest inflation numbers, all indications are that China will continue its economic policies more toward easing. Inflation for November, measured by the consumer price index, rose a surprisingly low 4.2 percent compared to
NYSE:EEM December 13, 2011 2:14pm

China’s Economy Report: Here’s Why (And Where) Your Money Should Be In China (FXI, FXP, SPY, MCD, EEM, VWO)

David Zeiler: Despite the recent downturn in China's (NYSEARCA:FXI) stock market, investors need to remain focused on the profit-generating long-term growth potential of the Asian powerhouse.
NYSE:EEM December 9, 2011 12:12pm

Jim Rogers vs Marc Faber: Faber Cautious On China; Rogers Bullish On All Commodities (FXI, FXP, GLD, SLV, EEM)

Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul: The dog fight between Thailand’s Marc Faber and Singapore’s Jim Rogers is on. The point of contention is:  Which way will commodities prices go now that China’s (NYSEARCA:FXI) bubble economy appears to be headed for some sort of economic slowdown,
NYSE:EEM December 7, 2011 12:12pm

China ETFs: China Returns To Growth Mode With Major Policy Shift (TAO, FXI, FXP, EEM, VWO)

Kerri Shannon: The damaging global economic effects that Europe's unfolding debt crisis pose have caused a sharp reversal in China's monetary policy - one that will lead to a greater expansion of the Red Dragon's economy.
NYSE:EEM December 1, 2011 1:13pm

China Reaffirms Strategic Spending Plans (TAO, FXP, FXI, EEM, VWO)

Jim Trippon: China’s Vice Premier Wang Qishan reiterated his country’s plan to meet the global economic slowdown by keeping ready $1.7 for trillion strategic spending. Most China watchers know this isn’t entirely news, as China has let it be known that it would deploy financial resources to meet the global
NYSE:EEM November 29, 2011 3:15pm

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