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Çin Ekonomisi (de) Krize mi Giriyor? [Haberler, Yorumlar, Öngörüler]

Çin Ekonomisi (de) Krize mi Giriyor? [Haberler, Yorumlar, Öngörüler] | "GE" | Global Economy - Küresel Ekonomi | Scoop.it
McKinsey & Company (2013.06): ”China’s next chapter articles and insights“ William Pesek (2013.06.03): “China Crisis Is Good for the Global Economy” (Bloomberg) Bob Pisani (2013.06.20): “What’s Behind the Emerging Markets and China Selloff” (CNBC) Agustino Fontevecchia (2013.06.20): ”China’s Central Bank Is Engineering A Liquidity Crunch To Tackle The Shadow Banking System” (Forbes) Craig Stephen (2013.06.23): “China’s alarming credit crunch (Commentary: People’s Bank of China may have bigger problems)” (WSJ MW) Agustino Fontevecchia (2013.06.24): “U.S. Stocks Suffer Heavy Losses In Volatile Session On China’s Credit Crunch And Taper Talk” (Forbes) Kate Mackenzie (2013.06.24): “China’s liquidity crunch and what it means for everyone. Should you panic?” (Financial Times) Alison Griswold (2013.06.24): “Wall Street ends down but off lows as bond prices gain” (Reuters) Maureen Farrell (2013.06.24): “China: Don’t worry! It’s not 2008” (CNN Money) Deutsche Bank Research (2013.06.24): “China: A sharp but short-lived liquidity squeeze“ Nicholas R. Lardy (2013.06.24): “China’s Credit Squeeze: How Big a Threat?” (PIIE) Jill Treanor & Phillip Inman (2013.06.24): “Fed fears and China credit crunch concerns send jitters through markets” (Guardian)
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Westad: "Reforming China — From Beyond Its Borders"

Westad: "Reforming China — From Beyond Its Borders" | "GE" | Global Economy - Küresel Ekonomi | Scoop.it

When the Chinese look at Chinese-run states elsewhere, it is not far-fetched for them to conclude that theirs is a chaotic state, with a predatory market system and rules that change on the whim of the government. That is why, O.A. Westad writes in "Restless Empire," Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan are likely to have an outsized impact on China's future.

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What's Behind the Emerging Markets and China Selloff

What's Behind the Emerging Markets and China Selloff | "GE" | Global Economy - Küresel Ekonomi | Scoop.it

Why have emerging markets been hit so hard by talk of an end to the Fed's bond buying program? You have to go back to the basic belief about the program: that much of the money that flooded the economy ended up in stocks, and that much of that money went to overseas investments.

 

There was a particularly strong liquidity-induced exuberance in emerging markets like India, Turkey, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa, even Indonesia. 

 

But the opposite trend is now evident: moderating liquidity is putting a squeeze on emerging markets. The Fed's tidal wave of liquidity has distorted the risk curve. We are now seeing are pricing of that risk curve. The stronger dollar--and higher yields in the U.S.--has clobbered currencies and bonds.

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Hutchison: "Where Would China Be Without Nixon?"

Hutchison: "Where Would China Be Without Nixon?" | "GE" | Global Economy - Küresel Ekonomi | Scoop.it

Almost every inhabitant of China today owes a debt of gratitude to Richard M. Nixon, because opening the U.S. market was critical to developing Chinese industry and agriculture. Martin Hutchinson explains that it took Nixon, a relatively hawkish Republican, to take this step. Otherwise, the United States would have maintained its isolate-China policy for a long time.

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