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with experts placing different weights upon particular causes. The complexity and interdependence of many of the causes, as well as competing political, economic and organizational interests, have resulted in a variety of narratives describing the crisis. One category of causes created a vulnerable or fragile financial system, including complex financial securities, a dependence on short-term funding markets, and international trade imbalances. Other causes increased the stress on this fragile system, such as high corporate and consumer debt levels. Still others represent shocks to that system, such as the ongoing foreclosure ...
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an in depth look at china's burgeoning capital markets
The world has become fixated on China not just on its economy but also on its capital markets reform story. The development of the Chinese bond market is central to those reforms. Over the next few years, all developed countries in the West will have an active interest in learning more about this important financing opportunity -- both from a trading/investment, as well as from a policy point of view. There is no better authority than Dr. Jian Gao on this topic. This book brings all of his considerable experience and knowledge about these markets to investors worldwide who are ... market research, surveys and trends
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China, the biggest source of capital outflows from emerging markets, invested. $383 billion abroad in 2006, nearly two-thirds of it in foreign reserves ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Jan. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Foreign direct investment in developing nations will drop by $180 billion, or 31 percent, this year as a global recession prompts multinationals to cut spending on factories and mines, according to the World Bank. The decline will put renewed pressure on emerging-market currencies, even as asset sales by fund managers slow, according to Mansoor Dailami , manager of international finance in the global development prospects group. Rallies in the South Korean won, Brazil’s real and the Polish zloty have all faltered since the end of 2008 as companies including Rio Tinto Group and Honda Motor Co. put expansion ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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a leading provider of digital map content and navigation and location-based solutions in China, last week became the 145th Chinese company to list on the NASDAQ Stock Market, following its initial public offering of 9,918,750 American depositary shares ("ADSs") at the public offering price of $12.50 per ADS. "We are glad that AutoNavi chose to list on NASDAQ OMX, the home of innovation and growth," said Bob McCooey, Senior Vice President of New Listings and Capital Markets, NASDAQ OMX. AutoNavi is the 22nd new Chinese listing and the 8th on NASDAQ in 2010. The company will use the net proceeds from the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Debt Capital Markets in China
Debt Capital Markets in China. Description: An In-Depth Look At China's Burgeoning Capital Markets. The world has become fixated on China not just on its ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
CHINA'S STRATEGY AND OBJECTIVES IN GLOBAL CAPITAL MARKETS HEARING ...
Aug 11, 2005 ... Due to the weakness of China's domestic capital markets and the ...... Chinese debt and equity offerings in the U.S. and other inter- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
With Key Reforms, China's Capital Markets Will be Ready for Take ...
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Doom saying gets far more publicity, sells more newpapers and gets more viewers than reasoned and thoughtful comment. This can have the effect of skewing broad opinion toward greater anxiety and impaired judgment. The Banking GFC saw global leadership unite around self preservation by providing the banks with the required underpining to quite4n the panic. The present concerns around sovereign debt in all probability will see a similar response. The underlying issue is that the size of sovereign debt for many economies (including the US and UK) has balooned relative to GDP resulting in repatment stress. The solution is to buy ...
Why do we so i debt with china? - Yahoo! Answers
China is an export oriented economy with a huge trade surplus. That means they export more than they import. As a result, the Chinese export companies will receive US$ to pay for the goods and services that they export. They need to convert these US$ into the domestic currency, the Yuan (CNY), to pay salaries and raw material. Since China exports more than they import, there will be an excess demand for the domestic currency, pushing the CNY/US$ exchange rate up. Such an appreciation of the CNY, however, would make Chinese exports more expensive and make the Chines economy less competitive in the international markets. To avoid ...