» 11/09/2011, 00.00
ASIA - CHINA
Berlusconi to resign, Chinese inflation slows, Asian markets climb
Asian markets have climbed and Italian bonds improved, one day after the Italian Prime Minister announced his upcoming resignation, as soon as essential austerity measures are approved. Stock markets also driven by positive news Chinese inflation, which slowed noticeably in October.
30/09/2008 ASIA - U.S.
Depth of the abyss of economic, social, political chaos
The worldwide financial situation was disastrous even before the rejection of the U.S. emergency plan. The Paulson plan for 700 billion dollars is enormous (432,10% of the total U.S. deficit), but it pales in comparison to the mountain of financial paper in circulation, well above 20% of global economic production.
Asian stock markets fall, doubts about recovery in China
Nikkei at minus 2.13; Hong Kong and Shanghai negative. Consumer confidence in the U.S. falls, forecasts for growth in China reduced from 1.7 to 0.3 (April). Yen strengthens, penalizing exports from Japan.
China is in good shape, but must not underestimate the global crisis
The director of China's central bank, Zhou Xiaochuan, illustrates the situation in the country and the possible strategies for addressing it. Beijing is demonstrating caution in anticipation of seeing how significantly the worldwide crisis might strike it, but is confident that it will be able to continue its rapid growth.
12/06/2012 ASIA - EU
Asian markets drop after euphoria over Spain cools and fears for Italy and Greece emerge
Stock markets drop to almost 1%. Lack of commitment on growth. For China aid to Spain contain short-term crisis, but no safeguard to stability. On 17 June, Greece votes for or against the euro.
Asia stock markets plummet amid fears of new global crisis
All markets slide, some loosing up to 5%. A decline or stagnation of U.S. and European economies feared, with a reduction in consumption and exports from Asia. The G-7 promises to "support financial stability and growth." The ECB seems intent on buying Italian and Spanish bonds. The economies of many Asian countries at risk of. China’s criticism.
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