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It's beginning to look a lot like 2014 for China's stock market frenzy

"Lending as a share of GDP, especially corporate lending as a share of GDP, is too high," Zhou told the conference according to Bloomberg.<p>He suggested that one option available to the nation was to develop "robust capital markets", suggesting that China should channel more savings into capital …

China isn't happy about the US' latest deal with the Philippines in the South China Sea

The United States is keen to boost the military capabilities of East Asian countries and its own regional presence in the face of China's assertive pursuit of territorial claims in the South China Sea, one of the world's busiest trade routes.<p>The United States and its regional allies have expressed …

Possible slowdown in UK growth would hurt firms exposed to domestic economy while global businesses may go unscathed<p>Banks, builders, property firms and home improvement businesses would be the worst-hit UK companies if Britain voted to leave the European Union, according to analysts at Goldman …

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Iranians exasperated as U.S. sanctions frustrate deal making | Reuters

DUBAI/LONDON (Reuters) - More than two months after international nuclear sanctions on Iran were supposed to have ended, frustration is deepening that few trade deals are going through as foreign banks shy away from processing transactions with the country.<p>A money changer poses for the camera with …

A growing corner of China’s $2 trillion mortgage market looks a lot like the US subprime bubble

The US subprime boom that eventually would trigger the 2008 global financial crisis started when lenders pushed outsized home loans on people without the wherewithal to pay them back. These homeowners were often so cash-strapped that they made tiny down payments on their properties. When home …

Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff Reiterates That She Won’t Resign

President faces impeachment hearings in Congress<p>SÃO PAULO—Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff assured supporters on Tuesday that she’ll never resign and told them the impeachment process against her in Congress amounts to a coup attempt.<p>The president faces impeachment hearings in Congress based on …

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The petrodollar fragility is out there

2016-03-16T12:42:41.000Z<p>By: Izabella Kaminska<p>It was not too long ago that analysts and economists were arguing that core petrodollar states, such as …

Is America’s tightening cycle almost over?

2016-03-16T15:32:30.000Z<p><i>A quick reminder that we’ll be hosting a special edition of Macro Live today at 1:55pm to cover the release of the FOMC</i> …

A last chance to unify Ukraine?

A glimmer of hope that the deadlocked Minsk II peace agreement could yet prevent a frozen conflict in the Donbas is emerging in Kiev.<p>Ukraine …

China’s rising exports: less about growth, more about exporting deflation

Markets used to cheer when China’s exports rose, believing this showed the global economy was in good shape. They are still hopeful today, despite …

A Mozambican bond offer so good, it’s bad

2016-03-17T17:37:45.000Z<p>By: Joseph Cotterill<p>What’s the biggest coupon you can get lending US dollars to an African government south of the Sahara …

The Fed’s gradual embrace of “secular stagnation”

2016-03-18T15:17:27.000Z<p>The biggest news from Wednesday’s Federal Reserve meeting was the sharp decline in the path of future interest rates forecast …

China’s new macro strategy

In the past few years, China’s macro-economic strategy has largely failed to command the confidence of investors in developed markets, despite the …

Russia and Europe: nightmares and realities

Is Europe trapped in a state of dependence on Russian gas? What would happen if by some accident, let alone a strategic decision taken in Moscow, the …

Torrid times for titans of the emerging markets world

Do Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Brazil’s Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva ever think of each other and wonder “That might have been me”?<p>These …

Something very significant is happening in repo

2016-03-22T17:38:50.000Z<p>By: Izabella Kaminska<p>The spike in US Treasury bond fails to deliver, which started earlier this year, is something we’ve been …

Datawatch: Cuba’s trade relations with the world

The US’s new policy on Cuba will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the island’s external commercial relations and economy.<p>In recent years Cuba …

Peer-to-peer maturity transformation

2016-03-22T17:05:13.000Z<p>By: Kadhim Shubber<p>One of the things you quickly discover when you scratch the surface of UK “peer-to-peer” lending is that …

Does Your Business Model Look to the Future or Just Defend the Present?

Established industries aren’t ripped apart overnight. That takes time, though when momentum builds, change happens fast. How can incumbents manage through the monumental changes currently under way? One answer is to take a cue from pivotal technology companies leading the change.<p>Many of the …