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If The US Economy Goes Down, So Does China’s

In the past few days, Henry Paulson has come up with his US$700B proposal to save the major lending institutions which made bad decisions re CDOs, with all the bad loans being covered by the US taxpayer. This is happening at a time when the US middle class is under unprecedented pressure already. Over the [...]

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Chinese Government’s CSRC To Fund Managers: No Bad News

The Chinese government’s watchdog for equities, the CSRC (China Securities Regulatory Commission) has issued an edict to local fund managers that they are not to issue any pessimistic reports about equities during the Olympics in Beijing. My question is “Why bother?” The Shanghai market has been down 50% in the first half of the year, [...]

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Why China Is Really Annoyed At US Policies

This is pretty self-explanatory. Investors who bought notes due February 2018 on March 17, just after the Fed helped arrange the bailout of Bear Stearns Cos., have lost 6.2 percent, according to Bloomberg data. The 10-year note, at 4.25 percent, yields no more than the inflation rate, leaving investors with real returns near zero. Consumer [...]

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Interfering In Another Country’s Internal Affairs

“Interfering in another country’s internal affairs” is a routine mantra often used by Chinese government spokespersons, and is used most often when pointed at the US and US critics, especially with regard to human rights policies. On the surface, this makes a lot of sense, especially with regards to generally ignorant US politicians, movie stars [...]

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If You Listen, the Markets Will Tell You…

Gold prices are going up. Jim Rogers has long been a bull on China, to the point where his daughter’s first language is Mandarin, and is betting on a rise in commodity prices because of demand from China. He highlights this point in his new book A Bull in China: Investing Profitably in the World’s [...]

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Gold and the Currency Nobody Wants

This morning I was watching a TV program on China’s CCTV-4 which talked about the history of gold, historically and in China. The program, all in Mandarin, had a fascinating format. It started off with history and the Bretton Woods agreement of 1945 and when the US controlled about 80% of the world’s gold reserves. [...]

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Another Way To Develop Global Chinese Brands: Buy Google, Apple

Over the past few years, one subject has dominated Chinese thinking on the government and enterprise levels: how to take Chinese brands global. During the runup to the Beijing Olympics in 2008, and then the Shanghai Expo in 2010, this subject will become even more popular, as China’s economic power grows and the US’s economic [...]

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How Badly Did China Get Burned By US’s Subprime Mortgage Crisis?

An article in today’s Telegraph suggests that foreign central banks have sold US48B in US treasuries, with US32B in the past two weeks alone, according to figures released by the New York Federal Reserve. China currently holds US1,340B in reserves into other higher-yielding investments. Foremost among these newer investment vehicles is a sovereign-wealth fund. China [...]

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BarCamp Beijing 2007 Summary

Yesterday I participated in Barcamp Beijing 2007, which was held at the France Telecom Research and Development Building in Haidian district in Beijing. There were more than 100 participants with some 24 sessions held in three different languages. It is hard to describe the firehose of information from Barcamp, but I will try to offer [...]

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China Sets US Interest Rates Now, Not the Fed

This is the opinion of Paul Craig Roberts, who previous served as Assistant Secretary of Treasury during the Reagan administration, and is often quoted as the “father of Reaganomics”. (You can read the Wikipedia entry about him here.) Recently there has been discussion about China’s threat to use the “nuclear option”, or and basically destroying [...]

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