China Targets Trade Finance
14th February 2014 by

By John Richardson AT the high inflation point of any financial bubble, you tend to get outlandishly...

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China: More Credit For Less Growth
13th February 2014 by

By John Richardson REMEMBER this time last year when a surge in credit availability occurred in Chin...

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The US Patient Needs An Operation
12th February 2014 by

By John Richardson THE Fed’s quantitative easing (QE) programme hasn’t worked because, to use an...

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China’s Post-New Year Credit Squeeze
11th February 2014 by

In the first of a series of special posts on how China’s lending environment is set to change, we ...

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China And The Fed: Still Back To Front
10th February 2014 by

By John Richardson THEY are still getting it the wrong way round.  Both the Financial Times and The...

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China: Sweat The Lending Data
7th February 2014 by

  By John Richardson AS business slowly gets back to normal following the Lunar New Year, every...

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India: Less “Payback” For Pollution
6th February 2014 by

By John Richardson IF you are convinced of the accuracy of Indian government air-quality readings, t...

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Global Equities, China, The Fed And Some Perspective
5th February 2014 by

By John Richardson AS USUAL, everyone will take what they want and need to take, in order to protect...

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Thailand Solution Seems Out Of Grasp
4th February 2014 by

By John Richardson THAILAND looks as if it is likely to be in political turmoil for at least several...

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China’s About Turn: The Seven Global Implications
4th February 2014 by

By John Richardson HISTORIANS will end up concluding that falling emerging market currencies and sto...

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