Possible Chinese investment in Saudi Aramco IPO could add to Beijing’s leverage. Anticipation of a move to roll out a yuan-denominated oil contract within the coming months continues to grow, with hedge fund manager Adam Levinson saying Tuesday it will be a “wake up call” for investors. Read More
Calling for prioritizing development quality over speed at the opening of theChinese Communist Party’s 19th National Congress, Chinese President Xi Jinping signaled an increased tolerance forslower growth, the key to slower debt growth. Accepting slower growth by no means spells a fundamental change in the government position or China’s credit trajectory. It does, however, create … More Can China Fix Its Debt Woes?
India’s struggling state-run banks are getting state aid. Call it a recapitalization, call it a bailout, call it what you like, the government is injecting 2.11 trillion rupees ($32 billion) over the next two years. The move is part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal to help lenders meet tighter capital-reserve requirements, as slower economic … More Why India Is Pumping $32 Billion Into State Banks
As Trump prepares to travel to Southeast Asia next month, China is already beating him to the punch where it counts. Read More
The European Commission has outlined more than two dozen new proposals and initiatives it wants tabled before next May. Read More
(Reuters) – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has been removed as a goodwill ambassador, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday following an outrage among Western donors and rights groups at the appointment. goo.gl/BMUq34
Fund’s chairman Lou Jiwei tells Post he wants to diversify risk by looking abroad goo.gl/j5dang
1 HOUR AGODaniel Lacalle The FT recently ran an article that states that “leading central banks now own a fifth of their governments’ total debt.” http://bit.ly/2wDcwyg
I’m a big fan of macroeconomics and history and often tend to look the correlations between the past and future in macroeconomic level. At the moment the situation in the world is more than thrilling. One can see that the New World namely Americas is doing very well, the indexes are blowing out of the … More History, Geopolitics, Trade and Macroeconomics – the effect of the Silk Road and the rising sun from the East Part 1.