Sep.07 -- China’s exports
Sep.07 -- China’s exports continued to expand in August, as the country’s major trading partners gradually resumed business activities. Imports unexpectedly dropped. Grace Ng, senior China economist at JPMorgan, discusses what the figures say about the health of the world's second-largest economy with Haslinda Amin and Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Facts have proved that China is the chosen one, not Trump.
Trump: l need my flag very quickly
China: ?? just make your order
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Faked news by ccp china...
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Yahoo Finance's Aikiko Fujita breaks down the next round of trade talks between the United States and China.
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The impeachment inquiry is going nowhere...and the Trump administration knows this. The impeachment inquiry will have no effect on the Trade deal. It's a complete and full trade deal (on US terms and conditions) or its no trade deal at all. This is what Trump has said....his words, not mine
China being tough on China.
Is Trump worried about the witch-hunt going on in DC? Nope! Are we the people wanting a deal with China? Hmmmm now that is the question. Can the US actually trust China to follow through on any deal with them? I suspect not!
China is of course not pursuing trade deal with itself
China never has any intention to follow the rule of law of any trade talks.
Marcus Ashworth, Chief
Marcus Ashworth, Chief Market Strategist for Haitong Securities, joined Nick Batsford and Zak Mir, technical analyst for Zak’s Traders Café, on the Tip TV Finance Show to discuss the Yuan and the recent events in China, plus a look at the bond market.
Depreciation of the Yuan against the USD main aim
Ashworth began by noting the change on Friday over FX Trading, with brokers in China now applying for FX licences. He continued that China have pegged the Yuan to the USD since 2009, but to the majority of other currencies the Yuan has strengthened massively. Ashworth believed the Chinese are diverting attention away from the USD/CNY, so they can then depreciate the Yuan against the USD.
Watch the video to see more analysis on the Yuan, as well as detail on the bond market and the possibility of a Santa rally.
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