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China, hold or sell?

Het financieel-economisch nieuws wordt nog steeds gedomineerd door 2 parameters: Griekenland (of in het verlengde daarvan de Europese financiële turbulentie) en de vertragende Chinese groei. Deze beide zaken hebben de laatste weken een groter impact op de beurzen dan ander bedrijfsnieuws, zeker nu de kwartaalgebonden resultatenstroom terug wat aan…

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Schermafbeelding 2012-05-25 om 10.44.54.png

China, hold or sell?

Het financieel-economisch nieuws wordt nog steeds gedomineerd door 2 parameters: Griekenland (of in het verlengde daarvan de Europese financiële turbulentie) en de vertragende Chinese groei. Deze beide zaken hebben de laatste weken een groter impact op de beurzen dan ander bedrijfsnieuws, zeker nu de kwartaalgebonden resultatenstroom terug wat aan…

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Schermafbeelding 2012-05-25 om 10.44.54.png

China, hold or sell?

Het financieel-economisch nieuws wordt nog steeds gedomineerd door 2 parameters: Griekenland (of in het verlengde daarvan de Europese financiële turbulentie) en de vertragende Chinese groei. Deze beide zaken hebben de laatste weken een groter impact op de beurzen dan ander bedrijfsnieuws, zeker nu de kwartaalgebonden resultatenstroom terug wat aan…

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China still rules the world

There have been doubts whether China will maintain its supporting power to the world’s economy. This role is fueled by two forces, the internal growth of the local market and the export of goods and services to third countries. As for the first one, it seemed that China was at least partly supported by a supply driven economy. Growth means consuming, and…

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China still rules the world

There have been doubts whether China will maintain its supporting power to the world’s economy. This role is fueled by two forces, the internal growth of the local market and the export of goods and services to third countries. As for the first one, it seemed that China was at least partly supported by a supply driven economy. Growth means consuming, and…

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China still rules the world

There have been doubts whether China will maintain its supporting power to the world’s economy. This role is fueled by two forces, the internal growth of the local market and the export of goods and services to third countries. As for the first one, it seemed that China was at least partly supported by a supply driven economy. Growth means consuming, and…

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Bigger government leads to slower growth

From John Mauldin: We talked earlier about how increasing government debt crowds out the necessary savings for private investment, which is the real factor in increasing productivity. But there is another part of that equation, and that is the percentage of government spending in relationship to the overall economy. Let’s look at some recent analysis…

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Bigger government leads to slower growth

From John Mauldin: We talked earlier about how increasing government debt crowds out the necessary savings for private investment, which is the real factor in increasing productivity. But there is another part of that equation, and that is the percentage of government spending in relationship to the overall economy. Let’s look at some recent analysis…

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Bigger government leads to slower growth

From John Mauldin: We talked earlier about how increasing government debt crowds out the necessary savings for private investment, which is the real factor in increasing productivity. But there is another part of that equation, and that is the percentage of government spending in relationship to the overall economy. Let’s look at some recent analysis…

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China: the biggest bubble in economic history - update2

When we first wrote about triple zero financing, credit bubbles in the US, refinancing frenzy etc., most people thought we were just pessimistic by nature. Unfortunately, these excesses were not halted, but continued until they provoked a credit crisis in 2008. The consequences were disastrous, and pushed the global financial system to the edge of complete…

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