Why is sharing a good thing? China and India have benefited from trade with more advanced countries like the US. And as they become more advanced, the US will also enjoy the benefits.
If China’s growth is strong, foreigners will continue to lend to us, and we can continue to swap houses with each other and get ‘rich’. But if China slows down, we'll see all that cheap credit drying up.
By 2025, China will be an aged society. That’s why they are expanding their tech industry. They are pushing to maintain their prosperity and living standards.
Trump believes that China's rise is a zero-sum game. One country must lose in order for another to win. But is this true? Can economic success actually benefit both nations?
In the face of Trump's taxes and threats, China is vowing not to back down. That means that the trade war will get worse before it gets better.
International currencies have all slipped against the US dollar. This means that global liquidity is tightening. So it's time to be cautious.
US markets remain healthy, while markets in Asia aren’t. Does this mean that the threat of a trade war will hurt China more than the US? Or is there more to the story?
You certainly know about Donald Trump's international conflict with China over trade tariffs. But do you know about the domestic trade conflict brewing with Amazon?
There’s been a huge drop in the share price of Bellamy’s Australia Ltd [ASX:BAL] today. The stock saw a decrease of 5.9% this morning. Bellamy’s is a Tasmanian-founded dairy company. It’s the parent of Bellamy’s Organic, a producer of baby food and formula. It’s push for natural and organic products gives it an appealing edge in today’s health-conscious market.
Everyone's feeling the heat from rising tariffs and higher interest rates. No one expects it to be pretty. It could end up being a long drawn out process that gets worse before it gets better.