Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, issued a warning at the G7 meeting. The G7 is a meeting between the world’s major economies.
Now the rise of the Chinese consumer has begun. And it’s gotten businesses frantically pushing their products into Asia.
A2 Milk Company Ltd (Australia) [ASX:A2M] saw a strong reversal in its share price in trading today.
There was never a shortage of positive reviews on China’s tech sector form veteran Silicon Valley investors.
I wonder what Apple would do in the face of its biggest challenge. No, it’s not the US government. It’s the Chinese government.
Australian Pharmaceuticals are expected to rise even higher. And it will be powered by China’s growing middle class.
While commodity speculation is the latest fad in China, cracks are beginning to appear in the corporate bond market, which is where most of China’s debt resides.
Who do you think supplies a lot of Australia companies with milk and other dairy products/facilities?
Even though French wine is widely accepted as the best, the increase for Australian wine is rapidly increasing.
China was a hot topic for the RBA. The RBA was concerned over recent Chinese economic data, which was weaker than expected.