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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Robert Samuelson: The sources of our discontentWASHINGTON — You cannot understand the vulnerable state of the U.S. and global
Robert Samuelson: The sources of our discontent
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON — You cannot understand the vulnerable state of the U.S. and global economies — and nervous stock markets — without coming to grips with the crash of "emerging-market" countries. Led by China, these are middle-income countries that, along... Read more
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Newsmax
Emerging Markets Credit Issues Are More Important Than You ThoughtOfficials of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Bank for Internation
Emerging Markets Credit Issues Are More Important Than You Thought
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
Officials of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) have been warning that the Fed’s move to normalize U.S. monetary policy may cause lots of problems for emerging market economies (EMEs), which could... Read more
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Market Watch
What the ‘Chart of Doom’ is saying about a global recessionHeritage Images/Getty Images A painting depicting the death of philosopher Luc
What the ‘Chart of Doom’ is saying about a global recession
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
Heritage Images/Getty Images A painting depicting the death of philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca, after whom Seneca Cliff is named. “Three down, two to go.” That is the sub-heading on a chart shared by author and blogger Charles Hugh Smith... Read more
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Market Watch
What the ‘Chart of Doom’ is saying about a global recessionHeritage Images/Getty Images A painting depicting the death of philosopher Luc
What the ‘Chart of Doom’ is saying about a global recession
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
Heritage Images/Getty Images A painting depicting the death of philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca, after whom Seneca Cliff is named. “Three down, two to go.” That is the sub-heading on a chart shared by author and blogger Charles Hugh Smith... Read more
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Market Watch
What the ‘Chart of Doom’ is saying about a global recessionHeritage Images/Getty Images A painting depicting the death of philosopher Luc
What the ‘Chart of Doom’ is saying about a global recession
Market Watch / Posted 3 days ago
Heritage Images/Getty Images A painting depicting the death of philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca, after whom Seneca Cliff is named. “Three down, two to go.” That is the sub-heading on a chart shared by author and blogger Charles Hugh Smith... Read more
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Business Standard India
Too big to failCan China sustain high levels of capital flight?Can China sustain high levels o
Too big to fail
Business Standard India / Posted 3 days ago
Can China sustain high levels of capital flight?Can China sustain high levels of capital flight?In the Napoleonic era of the early 19th century, the statesman Klemens Von Metternich remarked, "When France sneezes, the world catches a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Debt, defaults, and devaluations: why this market crash is like nothing we've seen beforeWe are in a very unusual situation where market sentiment is of a different nat
Debt, defaults, and devaluations: why this market crash is like nothing we've seen before
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
We are in a very unusual situation where market sentiment is of a different nature to anything we’ve seen before Plenty of investors sitting in the blue-lit, cavernous surrounds of Bloomberg’s London HQ would have had their fingers burnt by the... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Capital Bleeds from Emerging AsiaBy C.P. Chandrasekhar, Professor of Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New
Capital Bleeds from Emerging Asia
Naked Capitalism / Posted 6 days ago
By C.P. Chandrasekhar, Professor of Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Jayati Ghosh, Professor of Economics and Chairperson at the Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Cross posted from... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Role of Emerging Markets in a New Global Partnership for GrowthdocumentBy Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund G
The Role of Emerging Markets in a New Global Partnership for Growth
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
documentBy Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund Good morning. Thank you, Dean Robert Orr for your very kind introduction. And thank you to you - students and faculty - for welcoming me here today. I would like to... Read more
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iol.co.za
SARB reserves dip to $45.1bnJohannesburg - The South African Reserve Bank’s gross reserves position dropped
SARB reserves dip to $45.1bn
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
Johannesburg - The South African Reserve Bank’s gross reserves position dropped to $45.1 billion in January, from $45.8 billion in the previous month. In a note, Investec explains this decrease mostly stemmed from a drawdown in foreign exchange... Read more
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International Business Times
London property: Falling oil price will fuel prime central housing market Ongoing low oil prices will cause an anxious wealthy elite in oil-rich countrie
London property: Falling oil price will fuel prime central housing market
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
Ongoing low oil prices will cause an anxious wealthy elite in oil-rich countries to keep pumping their money into property, suggests the estate agent Knight Frank, with the prime central London market set to benefit as a leading "safe haven" for... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Tuesday morning briefing: EU referendum, Trump defeated in Iowa, and Olympics warning over ZikaDonald Trump has been defeated by Ted Cruz in the Iowa caucuses as the Republic
Tuesday morning briefing: EU referendum, Trump defeated in Iowa, and Olympics warning over Zika
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Donald Trump has been defeated by Ted Cruz in the Iowa caucuses as the Republicans kicked off the process to choose a nominee for the presidential race. Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, was battling Bernie Sanders in the Democratic contest. Brazil has... Read more
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Canberra Times
China 'losing confidence' of global lendersThe IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capita
China 'losing confidence' of global lenders
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
The IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capital outflows from China reached $US676 billion last year. Photo: Tamara Voninski China is rapidly losing the confidence of global lenders and capital outflows risk turning... Read more
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Brisbane Times
China 'losing confidence' of global lendersThe IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capita
China 'losing confidence' of global lenders
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
The IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capital outflows from China reached $US676 billion last year. Photo: Tamara Voninski China is rapidly losing the confidence of global lenders and capital outflows risk turning... Read more
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The Age
China 'losing confidence' of global lendersThe IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capita
China 'losing confidence' of global lenders
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
The IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capital outflows from China reached $US676 billion last year. Photo: Tamara Voninski China is rapidly losing the confidence of global lenders and capital outflows risk turning... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
China 'losing confidence' of global lendersThe IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capita
China 'losing confidence' of global lenders
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
The IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capital outflows from China reached $US676 billion last year. Photo: Tamara Voninski China is rapidly losing the confidence of global lenders and capital outflows risk turning... Read more
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WA Today
China 'losing confidence' of global lendersThe IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capita
China 'losing confidence' of global lenders
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
The IIF, the chief global body for the banking industry, calculates that capital outflows from China reached $US676 billion last year. Photo: Tamara Voninski China is rapidly losing the confidence of global lenders and capital outflows risk turning... Read more
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Business Insider
Capital flight from China is so intense people are trying to sneak money out without authorities noticingAs the Chinese economy slows down and the renminbi devalues, people are pulling
Capital flight from China is so intense people are trying to sneak money out without authorities noticing
Business Insider / Posted 10 days ago
As the Chinese economy slows down and the renminbi devalues, people are pulling their money out of China. But it's not until you see how much money is fleeing China that you realise just how dramatic the intensity of capital flight has become. Here... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculousChina has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The cla
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculous
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
China has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The claims are complete fiction. Photo: Daniel Acker Hysteria over China has reached the point of collective madness. Forecaster Nouriel Roubini said markets have swung from... Read more
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Market Watch
Here’s one argument why China will lose its currency warA currency war is not all it’s cracked up to be. That is the verdict from Citi
Here’s one argument why China will lose its currency war
Market Watch / Posted 13 days ago
A currency war is not all it’s cracked up to be. That is the verdict from Citi’s currency expert Steven Englander, who argues that efforts by central banks to devalue their currencies to maintain an edge over competing economies are not as effective... Read more
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WA Today
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculousChina has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The cla
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculous
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
China has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The claims are complete fiction. Photo: Daniel Acker Hysteria over China has reached the point of collective madness. Forecaster Nouriel Roubini said markets have swung from... Read more
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The Age
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculousChina has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The cla
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculous
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
China has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The claims are complete fiction. Photo: Daniel Acker Hysteria over China has reached the point of collective madness. Forecaster Nouriel Roubini said markets have swung from... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculousChina has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The cla
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculous
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
China has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The claims are complete fiction. Photo: Daniel Acker Hysteria over China has reached the point of collective madness. Forecaster Nouriel Roubini said markets have swung from... Read more
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Canberra Times
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculousChina has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The cla
Hysteria over China's economy has become ridiculous
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
China has accused George Soros of a speculative attack on its currency. The claims are complete fiction. Photo: Daniel Acker Hysteria over China has reached the point of collective madness. Forecaster Nouriel Roubini said markets have swung from... Read more
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Market Watch
Here’s one argument why China will lose its currency warA currency war is not all it’s cracked up to be. That is the verdict from Citi
Here’s one argument why China will lose its currency war
Market Watch / Posted 14 days ago
A currency war is not all it’s cracked up to be. That is the verdict from Citi’s currency expert Steven Englander, who argues that efforts by central banks to devalue their currencies to maintain an edge over competing economies are not as effective... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Hysteria over China has become ridiculousIn fact, Mr Soros issued no such "declaration of war", and nor is he so foolish
Hysteria over China has become ridiculous
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
In fact, Mr Soros issued no such "declaration of war", and nor is he so foolish as to take on a foreign exchange superpower and net global creditor with $3.3 trillion in foreign reserves. As it happens, I was at the dinner at the Hotel Seehof in... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
A struggle to quell investor fears over unsettled emerging marketsCurrency turmoil in China and fears of a global slowdown have led investors to
A struggle to quell investor fears over unsettled emerging markets
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Currency turmoil in China and fears of a global slowdown have led investors to abandon emerging markets in droves, rattling the large asset-management firms that have long promoted such investments in their hunt for higher returns. For more than a... Read more
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Business Standard India
A struggle to quell fears over emerging marketsInvesting in these high-risk markets came to be seen as a necessity for a diver
A struggle to quell fears over emerging markets
Business Standard India / Posted 17 days ago
Investing in these high-risk markets came to be seen as a necessity for a diversified portfolio as well as an opportunity for these firms to levy some of the highest fees in the industry. Now, with investors fleeing in a fury, asset management firms... Read more
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Market Watch
Time to brace for further devaluation of the yuan?Is China about to launch a new, more dramatic salvo in the global currency war?
Time to brace for further devaluation of the yuan?
Market Watch / Posted 17 days ago
Is China about to launch a new, more dramatic salvo in the global currency war? Investors are wondering just that after this weekend's leak of minutes from a meeting between top commercial bankers and China's central bank. The leak was more of a... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
If you're looking for hope for China, right now, this could be itOne of the most immediate dangers facing the Chinese economy right now is money
If you're looking for hope for China, right now, this could be it
Stamford Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
One of the most immediate dangers facing the Chinese economy right now is money leaving the country — what's called capital flight. It has hit record highs over the last year, and even long-term China bulls realize that's a big problem. They... Read more
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Connecticut Post
If you're looking for hope for China, right now, this could be itOne of the most immediate dangers facing the Chinese economy right now is money
If you're looking for hope for China, right now, this could be it
Connecticut Post / Posted 18 days ago
One of the most immediate dangers facing the Chinese economy right now is money leaving the country — what's called capital flight. It has hit record highs over the last year, and even long-term China bulls realize that's a big problem. They... Read more
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Zawya
Asset managers warn of unusually high risk in emerging market equitiesFinancial ServicesAsset managers warn of unusually high risk in emerging market equities Saturda
Asset managers warn of unusually high risk in emerging market equitiesFinancial Services
Zawya / Posted 18 days ago
Asset managers warn of unusually high risk in emerging market equities Saturday, Jan 23, 2016 Dubai: Asset managers are taking a hard look at emerging market equities (EEM), which was once considered as the investor darling. The MSCI Emerging... Read more
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Reuters
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley CEOs see slight 2015 pay cutsMorgan Stanley Chairman and Chief Executive James Gorman speaks during the Inst
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley CEOs see slight 2015 pay cuts
Reuters / Posted 20 days ago
Morgan Stanley Chairman and Chief Executive James Gorman speaks during the Institute of International Finance Annual Meeting in Washington October 10, 2014. Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein speaks during... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Wall Street is rolling its eyes at this comment from the Vice President of China, but it actually makes senseBloomberg caught up with the Vice President of China at the World Economic Foru
Wall Street is rolling its eyes at this comment from the Vice President of China, but it actually makes sense
Stamford Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
Bloomberg caught up with the Vice President of China at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday, and he said something that has traders all over Wall Street rolling their eyes into the back of their heads. "The fluctuations in the currency... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Wall Street is rolling its eyes at this comment from the Vice President of China, but it actually makes senseBloomberg caught up with the Vice President of China at the World Economic Foru
Wall Street is rolling its eyes at this comment from the Vice President of China, but it actually makes sense
Connecticut Post / Posted 21 days ago
Bloomberg caught up with the Vice President of China at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday, and he said something that has traders all over Wall Street rolling their eyes into the back of their heads. "The fluctuations in the currency... Read more
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Business Insider
Wall Street is rolling its eyes at this comment from the Vice President of China, but it actually makes senseBloomberg caught up with the Vice-President of China at the World Economic Foru
Wall Street is rolling its eyes at this comment from the Vice President of China, but it actually makes sense
Business Insider / Posted 21 days ago
Bloomberg caught up with the Vice-President of China at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday, and he said something that has traders all over Wall Street rolling their eyes into the back of their heads. "The fluctuations in the currency... Read more
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Business Insider
Here's what the bulls think will hold China together for nowIt has hit record highs over the last year, and even long-term China bulls real
Here's what the bulls think will hold China together for now
Business Insider / Posted 21 days ago
It has hit record highs over the last year, and even long-term China bulls realize that's a big problem. They understand that China needs cash to deal with huge systemic problems, like an ailing real-estate market and massive zombie state-owned... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Rising debt burdens in emerging markets pose global growth threat Underlying this month’s market turmoil runs a deeper worry that mounting debt
Rising debt burdens in emerging markets pose global growth threat
Manila Bulletin / Posted 21 days ago
Underlying this month’s market turmoil runs a deeper worry that mounting debt burdens in developing nations, particularly in Asia and Latin America, could threaten to tilt the global... Read more
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Market Watch
European Central Bank live blog: Mario Draghi hints at more easingHeading into the meeting, the indicators favored most by Mario Draghi have been
European Central Bank live blog: Mario Draghi hints at more easing
Market Watch / Posted 21 days ago
Heading into the meeting, the indicators favored most by Mario Draghi have been moving largely sideways, say economists at the Institute of International Finance. They’ve put together the “dashboard” above. Among the indicators, however, the... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last yearMoney is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last year
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 21 days ago
Money is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second-largest economy last year, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance. That's a lot more than the $111 billion that fled all emerging markets --... Read more
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iol.co.za
Emerging stocks remain under pressureLondon - Russia's rouble fell sharply to a new record low on Thursday, followin
Emerging stocks remain under pressure
iol.co.za / Posted 21 days ago
London - Russia's rouble fell sharply to a new record low on Thursday, following the latest slide in oil prices, and selling pressure remained firmly on emerging market stocks already suffering their worst start to a year. The benchmark emerging... Read more
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Zero Hedge
January 21Overnight Media Digest - Foxconn, the Taiwanese company that assembles the bul
January 21
Zero Hedge / Posted 21 days ago
Overnight Media Digest - Foxconn, the Taiwanese company that assembles the bulk of the world's iPhones, has offered about 625 billion yen ($5.3 billion) to take over troubled Japanese electronics maker Sharp Corp, according to people familiar with... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last yearMoney is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last year
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 21 days ago
Money is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second-largest economy last year, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance. That's a lot more than the $111 billion that fled all emerging markets --... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last yearMoney is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last year
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 21 days ago
Money is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second-largest economy last year, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance. That's a lot more than the $111 billion that fled all emerging markets --... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last yearMoney is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last year
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 21 days ago
Money is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second-largest economy last year, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance. That's a lot more than the $111 billion that fled all emerging markets --... Read more
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KY3 Springfield
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last yearMoney is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last year
KY3 Springfield / Posted 21 days ago
Money is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second-largest economy last year, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance. That's a lot more than the $111 billion that fled all emerging markets --... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last yearMoney is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last year
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 21 days ago
Money is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second-largest economy last year, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance. That's a lot more than the $111 billion that fled all emerging markets --... Read more
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News 8000
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last yearMoney is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last year
News 8000 / Posted 21 days ago
Money is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second-largest economy last year, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance. That's a lot more than the $111 billion that fled all emerging markets --... Read more
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Market Watch
Foreign banks cut lending to China by 17%Foreign banks cut their lending to Chinese borrowers by $119 billion during the
Foreign banks cut lending to China by 17%
Market Watch / Posted 21 days ago
Foreign banks cut their lending to Chinese borrowers by $119 billion during the three months to end-September, a 17% drop from the same period a year earlier, the Bank for International Settlements said Thursday. The third-quarter decline left... Read more
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My EastText
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last yearMoney is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second
China hemorrhaged $676 billion last year
My EastText / Posted 21 days ago
Money is flying out of China. An estimated $676 billion left the world's second-largest economy last year, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance. That's a lot more than the $111 billion that fled all emerging markets --... Read more
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