Here are some of the Highlights from Barclays Research Report for the month of July 2013: China’s Liquidity Crunch After years of excessive credit growth, China’s economy is being repositioned for an era of less-generous liquidity support. The recent spike in interbank … Continue reading
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Anyone who thinks China’s troubles are over, is in for a rude awakening. If anything, China’s troubles are set to deepen even further in the coming Weeks/Months. With a Crumbling Economy + Rampant Inflation + Rise in NPLs + Banks/Companies … Continue reading
Here is an Impeccable/Flawless Global Economic Overview for the month of May 2013 .via. Markit Research.
Official data brought disappointing news on the performance of the world’s second largest economy at the start of 2013, with economic growth slowing rather than accelerating in China in the first quarter, as analysts had been anticipating. However, several factors suggest that the slowdown could … Continue reading
Disappointing economic data from China led to risk assets starting the week on the back foot. Growth in the world’s second-biggest economy slowed to 7.7% in the first-quarter, down from 7.9% in the previous quarter and well below the 8% … Continue reading