Market Bubble

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China’s Attempt To Control Hot Markets Only Fans The Flames

By David Dickinson The economic progress of China over the past 40 years or so has been remarkable. Part of that success has been due to the role that the state has played in creating a stable, long-run environment for business to grow and flourish, able to take advantage of the globalisation of economic activity. The … Continue reading

China’s Stock Market Crash Reveals Serious Flaws In The Xi Administration’s Economic Policies

By Willy Lam The recent Chinese stock market crisis has exposed the fallacy of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) contention that it is possible to seek economic development and reform without commensurate political changes. That the authorities have to use a barrage of executive fiats–including deploying the police to investigate what Beijing calls “malicious” brokers and … Continue reading

How China’s Stock Market Could Bleed Into Its Economy

By Oliver Rui Don’t bet more than you can afford. Don’t borrow to play. Don’t chase your losses. Quit while you’re ahead. If only Chinese stock market investors had followed these basic gambling rules. Seduced by dreams of getting rich quick, millions of inexperienced Chinese investors have lately been treating China’s stock market like a casino. … Continue reading

China Suspends IPOs Until Further Notice, Sets Up Market-Stabilization Fund Amid Stock Plunge

Chinese authorities are ramping up their efforts to stabilize its markets as initial public offerings (IPOs) will be suspended until further notice following nearly a 30 percent crash in stocks over the past three weeks that has wiped out $3.2 trillion of value, which is more than Brazil’s gross domestic product (GDP) and over 10 times the size of … Continue reading

China Brokers To Buy At Least $19.3 Billion In Shares To Calm Market

As the bear market in China deepens, falling nearly 30 percent, after reaching a 52-week high on June 12, which has wiped out nearly $3 trillion dollars, which is more than Brazil’s gross domestic product (GDP), China’s top 21 securities brokerages say that they will be setting up a market-stabilization fund that will invest at least 120 billion yuan … Continue reading

China’s Bear Market Deepens As Stocks Fall 30% From June High, Losses Reach $3T, Or More Than Brazil’s GDP

As most investors are on edge with the situation in Greece, as a referendum vote which determines the fate of the nation’s future in the Eurozone looms this Sunday, on the other side of the world a market crash is deepening beyond a bear market, but it is hardly causing any impact to global markets. In China, stocks were surging over the past … Continue reading

A Tremendous Financial Devastation Is Taking Place Globally: Here Are 16 Facts

By Michael Snyder As we enter the second half of 2015, financial panic has gripped most of the globe.  Stock prices are crashing in China, in Europe and in the United States.  Greece is on the verge of a historic default, and now Puerto Rico and Ukraine are both threatening to default on their debts … Continue reading

China Cuts Interest Rates To Record Low As Stock Market On Cusp Of Bear Market

China’s Central Bank has cut interest rates to a record low and has lowered the reserve-requirement ratios (RRR) for some lenders as Beijing seeks to revive the country’s sluggish economy which is poised for the slowest economic growth in twenty-five years. The interest rate cut by China’s Central Bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), is the fourth cut … Continue reading

Greece – The Way Out: Troika Involved In “Financial Terrorism”, “Economic Waterboarding” – OpEd

By Peter Koenig What the troika is doing to Greece these days is the pinnacle of financial terrorism. It is economic waterboarding. It is blackmailing of the first degree. These people are neoliberal fascists, putting the Greek government before a dilemma – ‘either you present us with an acceptable list of austerities, or we will … Continue reading

The EU, The Grexit, And Market Failure

By Daniel Wagner, CEO of Country Risk Solutions Responsibility for Greece’s and the EU’s current dilemma rests with all parties – Greece, the ECB, and the banks. But each party is so busy pointing fingers at everyone else they appear to have lost any sense of introspection (if they ever had it to begin with). It … Continue reading

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