Europe's Central Bank at Sea
[2011-08-17]
After some considerable volatility, a smaller and more robust currency union will emerge; and, importantly, Europe will avoid the euro’s demise and a total breakdown of the eurozone.
U.S. Debt Issue, Arm Sales to Taiwan to Dominate Biden’s China Tour
[2011-08-17]
The U.S. debt crisis following its first-ever downgrade and the projected arm sales to Taiwan are likely to become two key topics during U.S. Vice President Biden’s first official visit to China from Aug.17-22.
Biden: America is not in Decline
[2011-08-17]
"I welcome this healthy and fair competition because I believe it will spur us both to innovate and we both will benefit from it."
Gov. Departments Disagree Whether China's Oil Dependence Surpasses US
[2011-08-16]
In theory, China’s oil dependency is very likely to surpass that of the United States this year with an annualized 3 percent of increases
Google Buys Motorola Mobility for $12.5Bln
[2011-08-16]
Google announced Monday that it is buying U.S smartphone maker Motorola Mobility for 40 U.S. dollars a share, or $12.5 billion in cash
How to Resolve the Euro Crisis
[2011-08-16]
One thing is certain: these three problem areas – reform and recapitalization of the banking system, a eurobond regime, and an exit mechanism – need to be resolved to make the euro a viable currency.
China Adds 5.7Bln to U.S. Treasury Holdings in June
[2011-08-16]
This is the third consecutive monthly increase by the Second-largest economy despite its long-expressed concerns over the safety of dollar assets.
The Tea Party's Modest Proposal
[2011-08-15]
Today’s atmosphere of fear and aggressive budget tactics are combining to undermine private-sector confidence and spending power.
CNY 4.6Trl Local Gov. Debt Falls Due in 2011, 2012
[2011-08-15]
Some 43 percent of local government debt, or 4.6 trillion yuan, falls due this year and the next, with the maturities of other debts coming huddled at 2016-2018.
EU Mulls Higher Tariffs Against Cheap Chinese Goods
[2011-08-12]
The European Union is considering raising tariffs to fight against cheap Chinese goods, the Commerce Department said in a statement Thursday
China to Slow Construction of Affordable Houses Next Year: Paper
[2011-08-12]
China is likely to slow the construction of the affordable homes in 2012, probably targeting at 8 million units.
Germany Must Defend the Euro
[2011-08-12]
The only way that Europe can escape from this trap is by acting in anticipation of financial markets’ reactions, rather than yielding to their pressure after the fact.
54 Bullet Trains Recalled; Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Services Reduced
[2011-08-12]
China CNR Corp. (601299.SH), a major manufacturer of high-speed trains in China, said Thursday it was recalling 54 CRH 380BL trains used in Beijing-Shanghai High-speed on safety concern.
China Guangfa Bank Suspends Dual-Listing Plan Amid Gloomy Market
[2011-08-11]
China Guangfa Bank said it was waiting for a "good window" to launch its 35 billion yuan dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai
China Export May be Affected by Possible U.S. QE3: Official
[2011-08-11]
China's exports may be affected on further quantitative easing police that is likely to be launched by the United States
H2 Monetary Policy Could be Hardly Loosened: Paper
[2011-08-11]
There could hardly be an ease in future monetary policy, except for relatively small adjustments
China July Trade Beats Expectation: HSBC Report
[2011-08-10]
With inflation still high and growth still robust, we don't think it is yet the right time for Beijing to ease its monetary policy stance.
CNY3Trl Flow to Grey Market: China Bank Regulator
[2011-08-10]
Some state-own guarantor and finance companies are also involved in such practices, using funds from the state-controlled lenders
A 50Pct Chance of a Double Dip: Morgan Stanley Asia Chief
[2011-08-10]
There is a 50 percent chance of a double dip for global economy as unexpected shockwaves increase, said Stephen Roach, Asia Chairman of the U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley
U.S. Fed to Keep Rates at Record Lows Until Mid-2013
[2011-08-10]
The benchmark rates will be retained between zero and 0.25 percent, the Federal Open Market Committee said, while sketching a dim outlook for the U.S. economy.
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