Imagine if police arrested people trying to pull their money out in Australia? Now, this is almost certainly not going to happen. Let’s dig into what’s happening in the world’s largest banking system. Understanding the Chinese financial system...
See, driving this incredible one-day result was a flood of retail investment. Everyday people in China are rushing to get into stocks. Following the guidance of their beloved leaders. According to early reports, a front-page editorial in the China Securities Journal is the culprit.
Trump can completely cut off trade with China if he wants. A very scary thought for Australia. China is our biggest trading partner and the main source of demand for our exports...
Chinese aren’t big coffee drinkers. At least, not yet. Remember, the Chinese are traditionally tea drinkers. But interest for coffee in China is growing...find out why
Back in the 1980s, Japan went through a period of record low interest rates that fuelled an asset bubble to record highs…sound familiar? The bubble pushed the stock market and real estate prices to new heights…and then it burst in 1992. It was devastating.
China is quickly racing towards a problem. Manufacturing is a dying industry. Yet China doesn’t seem all that bothered. They want to become the manufacturing power house for higher value goods. So how does this benefit you?
There are no individuals in a place like China. Only the collective. This is why places like China need public blockchains: decentralised ways to keep records that are outside of the government’s control.
Since the beginning of 2018, Chinese stocks have lost over 30% of their value. So what does China plan to do to increase spending and the economy as the boom finally comes to a close?
The general rule is high interest rates slow an economy and low interest rates speed it up. China’s priority is the latter. They want to grow and keep growing at rates like 6.5%.
There are only so many hours in the day. Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd [NYSE:BABA], found that out the hard way. If we look at places like China and India on an economic scale, both of these countries will learn the same lesson. What does this mean?