Monday, November 24th, 2014

China Leads World Markets Out of Slump About: PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece & Spain), global economic recovery, Chinese exports, Chinese stock market, Chinese stocks, China’s real estate market Europe’s debt fever is infecting markets around the world, raising investor fears that global economic recovery could be ruined by a default among the PIIGS (Portugal, [...]

“….the time to buy Chinese stocks is now, ” says Black Rock Inc. Issuing dire warnings about China’s economy and stock markets became a bit of a fad in financial media last month. Getting the most ink was Dr. Doom, Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom Boom and Doom newsletter. Faber made headlines by saying [...]

“Flat World”, famously observed by economist Thomas Friedman The “flat world”, famously observed by economist Thomas Friedman, is also very much a hurting world, at least as far as most shareholders are concerned. In Friedman’s vision of a “flat world” the entire planet is economically interconnected. Events in one region are felt instantly around the [...]

Are Chinese banks stronger that U.S. banks? The volatility roiling global stock markets isn’t only the result of the European debt contagion. The financial and mainstream media are apparently unable to cope with the fact that China is recovering handsomely while the global economy ping pongs from one crisis to the next. Commentators are looking [...]

Should The West Be Nervous About China? Why does the sovereign debt fever keep on sweeping world stock markets like a relentless case of the flu? Because so many nations are fiscally unhealthy and unwilling to discipline their lavish spending habits. Every sovereign bailout is followed by another chilling wave of fear about the next [...]