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Canberra Times
Market crash: China's journey to share crisis epicentreConfident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January.
Market crash: China's journey to share crisis epicentre
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Confident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January. Photo: RUBEN SPRICH "When the wind of change blows, some build walls while others build windmills." In late January, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang shared that proverb with... Read more
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WA Today
Market crash: China's journey to share crisis epicentreConfident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January.
Market crash: China's journey to share crisis epicentre
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
Confident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January. Photo: RUBEN SPRICH "When the wind of change blows, some build walls while others build windmills." In late January, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang shared that proverb with... Read more
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The Age
Market crash: China's journey to share crisis epicentreConfident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January.
Market crash: China's journey to share crisis epicentre
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Confident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January. Photo: RUBEN SPRICH "When the wind of change blows, some build walls while others build windmills." In late January, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang shared that proverb with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Market crash: China's journey to share crisis epicentreConfident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January.
Market crash: China's journey to share crisis epicentre
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Confident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January. Photo: RUBEN SPRICH "When the wind of change blows, some build walls while others build windmills." In late January, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang shared that proverb with... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Market crash: China's journey from new normal to crisis epicentreConfident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January.
Market crash: China's journey from new normal to crisis epicentre
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
Confident: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the World Economic Forum in January. Photo: RUBEN SPRICH "When the wind of change blows, some build walls while others build windmills." In late January, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang shared that proverb with... Read more
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The Irish Times
Chinese central bank cuts interest rates for fifth time Bank also lowers amount of cash banks must set aside in bid to stem stock mark
Chinese central bank cuts interest rates for fifth time
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
Bank also lowers amount of cash banks must set aside in bid to stem stock market rout China’s central bankcut its benchmark interest rates and the amount of cash banks must keep on hand, the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
China cuts interest rates to boost economyBeijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest
China cuts interest rates to boost economy
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
Beijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest pace since 1990. Photo: Reuters China's central bank has cut interest rates for the fifth time since November, in a move to cushion steep losses in the sharemarket which... Read more
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WA Today
China cuts interest rates to boost economyBeijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest
China cuts interest rates to boost economy
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
Beijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest pace since 1990. Photo: Reuters China's central bank has cut interest rates for the fifth time since November, in a move to cushion steep losses in the sharemarket which... Read more
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The Age
China cuts interest rates to boost economyBeijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest
China cuts interest rates to boost economy
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Beijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest pace since 1990. Photo: Reuters China's central bank has cut interest rates for the fifth time since November, in a move to cushion steep losses in the sharemarket which... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
China cuts interest rates to boost economyBeijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest
China cuts interest rates to boost economy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Beijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest pace since 1990. Photo: Reuters China's central bank has cut interest rates for the fifth time since November, in a move to cushion steep losses in the sharemarket which... Read more
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Canberra Times
China cuts interest rates to boost economyBeijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest
China cuts interest rates to boost economy
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
Beijing is targeting growth of 7 per cent this year, which would be the slowest pace since 1990. Photo: Reuters China's central bank has cut interest rates for the fifth time since November, in a move to cushion steep losses in the sharemarket which... Read more
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Business Standard India
China turned to risky devaluation of currency as export machine stalledThe labour market is under significant pressure, pay is barely climbing and mil
China turned to risky devaluation of currency as export machine stalled
Business Standard India / Posted 12 days ago
The labour market is under significant pressure, pay is barely climbing and millions of Chinese are looking for workThe labour market is under significant pressure, pay is barely... Read more
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Zero Hedge
China Stocks Crash, More Than Half Of Market Halted Limit Down; PBOC Loss Of Control Spooks Global AssetsChina sure has its micro-managing hands full these days. Just hours after the
China Stocks Crash, More Than Half Of Market Halted Limit Down; PBOC Loss Of Control Spooks Global Assets
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
China sure has its micro-managing hands full these days. Just hours after the PBOC announced a modestly "revalued" fixing in the CNY, which curiously led to weaker trading in the onshore Yuan for most of the day before a forceful last minute... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Talk of global currency war is greatly exaggerated The explosion in the port city of Tianjin saw many people lose loved ones and
Talk of global currency war is greatly exaggerated
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
The explosion in the port city of Tianjin saw many people lose loved ones and their homesing Much of the focus last week was on China, firstly on a place and then on a person that many of us knew... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
China adds chainsaw to economic juggling actAs China guides its currency lower, it heightens default risks on foreign-curre
China adds chainsaw to economic juggling act
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
As China guides its currency lower, it heightens default risks on foreign-currency debt and increases the odds of capital flight. Photo / Greg Bowker Chinese President Xi Jinping has just added a chainsaw to what had already been a pretty daunting... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Great China Ponzi - An Economic And Financial Trainwreck Which Will Rattle The WorldSubmitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, There is an economic and f
The Great China Ponzi - An Economic And Financial Trainwreck Which Will Rattle The World
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, There is an economic and financial trainwreck rumbling through the world economy. Namely, the Great China Ponzi. In all of economic history there has never been anything like it. It is only a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Doubt emerge for China's reform commitmentAs China’s central bank fights to stick with a year-end timetable to open up th
Doubt emerge for China's reform commitment
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
As China’s central bank fights to stick with a year-end timetable to open up the country’s markets, questions are emerging about whether the creaky financial system, and the people who run it, are up to the task. Allowing market forces more... Read more
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iol.co.za
A chainsaw in China’s economic juggling actAPChinese President Xi Jinping has been trying to keep aloft two giant economic
A chainsaw in China’s economic juggling act
iol.co.za / Posted 17 days ago
APChinese President Xi Jinping has been trying to keep aloft two giant economic bubbles - one in debt and one in stocks. Now he has added the value of the yuan to the show. File picture: Andy Wong Chinese President Xi Jinping has just added a... Read more
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Market Watch
Janet Yellen may be the first of her peers to do thisFederal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen may be the first to raise interest rates. R
Janet Yellen may be the first of her peers to do this
Market Watch / Posted 21 days ago
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen may be the first to raise interest rates. Raising interest rates has gone out of fashion. With the last concerted rise in world interest rates nearly a decade ago, the doves have been ruling the roost since the... Read more
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Market Watch
None of today’s top central bankers have ever done thisFederal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen may be the first to raise interest rates. R
None of today’s top central bankers have ever done this
Market Watch / Posted 21 days ago
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen may be the first to raise interest rates. Raising interest rates has gone out of fashion. With the last concerted rise in world interest rates nearly a decade ago, the doves have been ruling the roost since the... Read more
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The Standard
China listing pioneer seeks return of mojoMonday, August 10, 2015China International Capital Corporation, the country's f
China listing pioneer seeks return of mojo
The Standard / Posted 22 days ago
Monday, August 10, 2015China International Capital Corporation, the country's first Sino-foreign investment bank, has filed for its long-awaited Hong Kong initial public offering, which is expected to raise HK$7.8 billion as early as late September.... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Stock market rout stalls China's march to liberalisationAs China’s central bank chief looked out on the annual gathering of his nation’
Stock market rout stalls China's march to liberalisation
Mail & Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
As China’s central bank chief looked out on the annual gathering of his nation’s legislature in the Great Hall of the People in March, he had every reason to look forward with confidence, even optimism. True, the world’s second-biggest economy was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
William Pesek: China's market intervention just another method of QEPresident Xi Jinping's Government must tread carefully. Photo / AP It's time t
William Pesek: China's market intervention just another method of QE
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
President Xi Jinping's Government must tread carefully. Photo / AP It's time to call Beijing's stock-market intervention what it really is: quantitative easing, Chinese style. With deflation pressures mounting, China's central bank would seem to... Read more
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Business Standard India
With growth target at risk, China lays ground for fresh spendingWith the building industry hurt by an overhang of properties, infrastructure sp
With growth target at risk, China lays ground for fresh spending
Business Standard India / Posted 28 days ago
With the building industry hurt by an overhang of properties, infrastructure spending will be key to driving growthWith the building industry hurt by an overhang of properties,... Read more

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