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Chinese Still Prefer Property Over Stocks

Chinese Still Prefer Property Over Stocks | China's stock market | Scoop.it
Despite curbs, a promise of higher returns keeps housing markets hot
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I think that currently, both property and gold are safe investments in China. With China's stock market index falling down, it is the best way to locate funds with the vision of profit in mind. Moreover, still a lot of time would have to pass by before we should fear real estate bubble in China. 

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China’s big warning for US markets

China’s big warning for US markets | China's stock market | Scoop.it
Is China's stock market's decline in 2013 a sign of things to come for the US in 2014?
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Is the term "hangover" accuarate to the current situation on China's stock market? Indeed, China has been attiring huge capital from all over the world for the last 20-30 years. This inflow of capital was called "thirst of capital" in the litterature on this subject. Shouldn't we then call the current situation as an "over-drinking"? It would be more suitable. Nevertheless, China has to solve a very important problem right now: how not to be degraded from its position of the global  economic leader. 

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China Poised to Surpass India in Gold Purchases

China Poised to Surpass India in Gold Purchases | China's stock market | Scoop.it
Falling prices send aunties on jewelry-buying sprees
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This article matches perfectly the video below: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVlj6essY3c

 

Gold and other precious metals seem to be the most safe investments nowadays. However, it shouldn't be bought as an investment by people who have limited knowledge on this subject since they might get cheated on. Should China do something about it? Educate a little bit more its inhabitants? Should it be also the case for other countries?

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China’s Stock Market Lowest in the World – Unsustainable Economy - New Tang Dynasty Television

China’s Stock Market Lowest in the World – Unsustainable Economy - New Tang Dynasty Television | China's stock market | Scoop.it
On the last day of 2013, China’s stock market closed with the Shanghai Index at 2,115.98 points - down 6.75 percent from 2012. This is a big contrast to the three major U.S. stock indices and the European stock indices that are climbing up.
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If China's stock market index continues to fall down it may endanger China's strong position in the world economy. And if it is the case, the fall on China's stock market might drag other economies to fall. What will be its impact on US debt in China? 

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