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The dollar climbed for a second consecutive trading day Monday; but this strength should not be ascribed to a particular fundamental catalyst that bolsters the appeal of US assets or the need for safety. In effect, the currency’s strength can be largely attributed to the fact that there hasn’t been an overwhelming drive in either of these provisions in nearly a month. However, this period of implicit stability won’t likely last for long. Though the economic calendar may seem relatively light over the coming week; the expected speculative and fundamental event risk (non indicator based releases) over the coming ...
There’s trouble in wonderland. China is increasingly the go-to spot for world global production, promising cheap fabrication, short lead times, large profit potential, and an enormous domestic target market. It’s virtually impossible not to make use of a product manufactured in China in the course of any given day. But major quality problems, such as the 2007 recall of toys containing lead paint, occur with alarming frequency. Poorly Made in China not only lifts the curtain to reveal the games behind Chinese production, it provides an acute analysis of the factors behind China’s ... Read More
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