Global Oil Soaring Troubles Market
Global oil prices continue soaring amid mounting Liberian unrest on February 23, with prices in New York market topped $100 a barrel, the highest in 28 months.
Geithner's Gamble
Geithner remains the senior public official worldwide who is most in thrall to the self-serving ideology of big banks.
JPMorgan, Fidelity Seek to Enter China via Trust Venture –media
JPMorgan and Fidelity are now seeking to invest in Chinese trust companies as the sector attracts a new wave of foreign investor interest.
China Central Bank Applies Differentiated Reserve Ratio
China’s central bank has applied differentiated reserve requirements on more than 40 regional banks since the start of this year.
Alibaba to Make $1.7Mln in Compensation to Fraud Victims
China’s biggest electronic-commerce company said today it will pay 1.7 million U.S. dollars in compensation to more than 2,200 victims in the latest supplier frauds that prompted the chief executive officer to quit.
Is China the New World Bank?
China’s growing role in countries around the world provides ample opportunity to reconstruct the landscape of economic aid and financing.
China Banking Regulator Mulls New Prudent Supervision System
China Banking Regulator is working on a guideline of a new prudential supervision framework over commercial banks using regulatory tools.
All Policy Instruments are Needed to Damp Inflation, Says China Bank Governor
All kinds of policy instruments, including the deposit reserve ratio, are needed to damp inflation in China,says chinese centrla bank chief Zhou Xiaochuan.
China Everbright Bank to Conduct Hong Kong IPO This Year
China Everbright Bank will issue no more than 12 billion shares in Hong Kong, the bank announced Sunday.
Unsettling America
Where America has room for maneuver, it always presses forward in this direction. And, despite the rise of China and the move to a more “plural” international system, the US still has the power to change “facts on the ground” in large parts of the world, particularly the Middle East.
Hot-Money Not Dominating China Stocks, Says SAFE
“We have not found evidence of any large-scale capital inflows coordinated by any established financial institution,” SAFE said.
China Foreign Trade surges, Surplus Narrows
Exports soared 37.7 percent to 150.7 billion U.S. dollars while import grew 53.5 percent, bring the surplus down 53.5 percent to 6.45 billion dollars.
China Sets to Regulate Rare-Earth Industry with Reasonable Quota
China sets to further regulate the rare earth industry by imposing more restrictions on mining and production while setting a “reasonable” export quota over the next five years
China Cut $3.2Bln Worth of U.S. Holdings Last Year
China has reduced its holdings of U.S. Treasury securities by 3.2 billion U.S. dollars for 2010, with the biggest cut of 4 billion in December.
JPMorgan Chase Sees at Least Two Rates Hikes in China
Analysts at JPMorgan Chase expect two hikes of interest rates and the deposit requirements respectively, and revaluation of the yuan this year.
Huawei’s U.S. Patent Purchase Hindered by Security Review
A patent purchase by Huawei, China’s largest telecom company, was held back by U.S. security review with a U.S. panel asking the company to divest itself of a small technology company it bought in May.
China Jan. CPI Rose 4.9Pct as Food Weighting Cut
The consumer price index in January rose 4.9 percent as food weighting was cut; PPI grew 6.6 percent year-on-year.
China's Shrinking Trade Surplus
The fundamental cause of today’s global imbalance can be found in domestic structural problems on both sides. Exchange rates will play only a secondary role in rebalancing.
High-Speed Expansion Not to be Affected on Rail Minister’s Bribe Investigation
China's railway minister has been stripped of his job and is being investigated for corruption, but it will not affect the expansion of high-speed railways.
U.S. Treasury Plans to Wind Down Fannie, Freddie
The Obama administration has unveiled its plan to shrink its role in the government-sponsored enterprises, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
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