Category Archives: currency

Harry Broadman joins Berkeley Research Group

Harry Broadman has joined the global consulting Berkeley Research Group as a managing director and will be leading the new Emerging Marketing Practise. He will remain in Washington DC.

Prada tries to become again relevant for the China consumer – Ben Cavender

Getting traction from Chinese consumers is increasingly becoming harder for brands. Prada has been investing in its relationship, but has a hard time to become relevant again for their key…

Foreign investments law: what is going to change? – Mark Schaub

Some analysts see in the new Foreign Investment Law a way for China to placate the US, but China veteran Mark Schaub sees here no quick fix triggered off by the trade war. It is the first new foreign investment law since the Berlin Wall came down, he says to the BBC News Service.

The US wants China to stop running their economy as they do – Arthur Kroeber

The trade negotiations between China and the US might be in their endgame, but the differences are still huge. The US wants China to stop running their economy as they have always done, says economist Arthur Kroeber, author of China’s Economy: What Everyone Needs to Know®, to the Asia Society blog.

Why a currency deal might be bad for China – Arthur Kroeber

China is pondering to throw in a currency deal in its trade negotiations with the US, maintaining the value of the Renminbi, to pacify the doves in the White House. But that might be a wrong idea, say analysts like economist Arthur Kroeber, who point at Japan. Japan agreed to a currency deal in 1985 as has paid for it dearly, writes the South China Morning Post.

China rich list loses 213 billionaires in 2018 – Rupert Hoogewerf

Global gloom has hit billionaires worldwide, but especially in China, as 213 lost their position at the China Hurun rich list. Globally 430 dropped off the global edition. Poor performance of…

Digital money, not the crypto currencies will galore – Jim Rogers

While renowned investor Jim Rogers is a firm believer in the blockchain technology and is sure that China leads the way in digitizing money, he believes that governments will stick to their own currencies, rather than crypto ones, he says on his weblog.

How China manages its growing bad loans – Sara Hsu

China’s bad loans are increasing, but the country’s financial authorities have been trying to crack down on this source of financial stability. How are those efforts faring now China is suffering from a relative drop in economic growth. Financial analyst Sara Hsu discusses the dilemma’s the authorities are facing especially now the trade war is ongoing.

Devaluation yuan pondered amid trade war exchanges – Victor Shih

China’s financial institutions ponder on the pros and cons of a currency devaluation as the effects of the trade war with the US start to kick in. While devaluation is on the agenda, it would be a tricky road, says financial analyst Victor Shih, author of Factions and Finance in China: Elite Conflict and Inflation, at CapitalWatch.

Mr. Trump cannot outsmart history – Jim Rogers

In the trade war between China and the US, president Trump tries to outsmart history, says investor Jim Rogers, author of A Gift to My Children: A Father’s Lessons for…