In A “Synchronized” Global Economy, China’s Numbers Are Worrisome

In a January 10 research piece, Capital Economics points to key dots that are not often connected, which is nothing new for the independent research provider. In a global economy, historically geographic regions have exhibited a degree of noncorrelation. For hundreds of years, the economic ripples occurring in China were gently felt in the US. But… Please follow and like us:

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Commentary: Time for China, Japan to Join ‘Developed’ Nations at WTO

By Robert Romano China ($11.2 trillion) and Japan ($4.9 trillion) combined make up 21 percent of the world’s Gross Domestic Product, according to the World Bank, having benefited from preferential treatment in global trade deals, and are still being treated as “developing” nations under world trade rules. At institutions such as the World Trade Organization (WTO),… Please follow and like us:

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Morgan Stanley: When Will The Bull Market End?

Trying to predict the end of economic cycles isn’t an easy game, but analysts at Morgan Stanley believe that they have some idea as to the date of the current bull market end. Get The Timeless Reading eBook in PDF Get the entire 10-part series on Timeless Reading in PDF. Save it to your desktop, read… Please follow and like us:

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