Monday, September 15, 2014

Interesting read

Bad Loans Could Bust China

China's "severely under-capitalized financial system," "imbalanced growth" and chronic "overcapacity" all remind Merrill Lynch analysts Naoki Kamiyama and David Cui of Japan in 1992, when its bubble troubles first began to paralyze the economy.

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4 thoughts on “Interesting read

  • Could this in part be behind the drop in oil prices?

    If China collapses, expect a huge capital flow back from China towards USA, and to a lesser extent, the EU.

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  • One thread has already been pulled today, possibly because it was hijacked by off-topic oil-price-fall posts. Oil prices normally slide for the last 3 or 4 months of the year anyway.

    The huge capital flow-back from the BRICS to the US and Europe has been happening for over a year, ever since the Fed’s QE tapering announcement. The BRICS have been hit by capital flight, currency decline, slowing foreign direct investment, falling asset prices, rising inflation and debt and slowing exports. The tide has gone out and the weaknesses mentioned in the article show that China has been swimming naked.

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  • i thought the guy who ran this site was into economics ? if so he would realise there is a link between oil and house prices surely ???

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  • There’s also a link between crude oil prices and prices at the petrol pump and that seemed to be the main link on that thread. Also the subject of oil prices was inserted at an obtuse angle.

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