Chinese Economy

Is China on the Verge of Economic Collapse? Some fear that the suspension of currency trading rights for some international banks represent a major effort to stop the current wave of capital outflows, heralding a potential Chinese economic collapse in 2016. China’s central bank (the People’s Bank of…

This Could Spark a “1929-Like” Stock Market Crash For most financial analysts, hearing the words “China” and “economy” triggers a vision of power and momentous growth. However, the economy of China is far more susceptible than they assume. In truth, the value of the renminbi could crater if…

China Dethrones U.S. as World's Billionaire Capital China, which continues to call itself a communist country, boasts more billionaires than the United States, the country where one of its presidential candidates (Bernie Sanders, for the record) is attacked for not being capitalist enough. A ranking of China’s wealthiest…

Jim Rogers is Bullish About China Even After its Stock Market Crash Can you be bullish on a country whose stock market crashed more than 40% in less than three months? The answer is a resounding “yes,” at least according to renowned investor Jim Rogers. The billionaire investor…

Just months after China’s stock market crash, financial regulators are warning that the situation is worse than we imagined. Of course, we sensed an economic collapse on the horizon when the People’s Bank of China, or PBOC, devalued the yuan. The depreciation renewed concerns that a slowdown would…

Over the next couple of months, China’s stock market could crash another 50%. It won’t happen overnight. But as I’m about to show you, the bull market in Chinese equities is over. And before the crash is over, investors could lose 20%, 35%, 50%, or even more. Let…

There’s a lot of bombast in the midst of China’s stock market crash, but a nugget of truth has emerged from an unlikely source: Donald Trump. Currently the frontrunner for the Republican nomination for president, Trump’s political motivations can be questioned, but his message holds water even under…

In June 2015, Chinese stockholders thought the world was falling apart. More than half the companies listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange halted trading as the market crashed by nearly 30%. With the sell-off deepening every day, Chinese officials were forced to intervene in the market using a…

Concerns over the Chinese stock market have accelerated a massive sell-off in the global equity markets. Despite the growing fear, short seller Jim Chanos thinks that investors may still underestimate the stock market collapse in the world’s second-largest economy. During an interview on CNBC’s Fast Money: Halftime Report, Chanos…

After Black Friday comes Black Monday for the Chinese stock market. On Monday August 24th, the Shanghai Composite Index dropped a staggering 8.5%, the biggest daily drop in eight years. Note that this index tracks all stocks listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, and every stock has a…

Financial turmoil in China could spread throughout the world, potentially leading to a U.S. stock market crash in 2016. At least, that’s the view of renounced market analyst Marc Faber. America “is essentially the last man standing.” Faber told Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business earlier this week. “I…

After a colossal stock market crash in June, many analysts are worrying that China is on the brink of an economic collapse. Panic is setting in as the country experiences a dramatic slowdown in exports and growth. A recession in China would precipitate crises across the world, drawing…

The Chinese economy is in a recession and could be on the verge of an economic collapse in spite of the cheerleading from authorities. At least, that’s the opinion of renowned market analyst Marc Faber. “Have you ever seen a government that doesn’t lie? I haven’t,” the editor and…

The month of July does not look good for China’s economy. Trade balance continued to deteriorate, while producer prices just hit the lowest level since late 2009. All this came in just after the 30% crash in China’s stock market. Trade Balance: Both Exports and Imports Plunged In…

The Chinese stock market is extremely vulnerable to additional episodes of selling. In the process, this could lead to a Chinese economic collapse in 2015 or 2016. A few weeks ago, I discussed the real threat and contagious impact of a bigger correction in the Shanghai Composite Index…

While a stock market bubble is continuing to brew in China, you really have to shake your head after Beijing said its second-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) expanded at seven percent. And this is at a time when the country’s economic outlook for 2015 shouldn’t look that strong.…

While Greece is in the headlines as it deals with trying to get funding for its massive $270 billion debt, the real problem that could play out the great crash of 2015 resides in China. There is a massive stock market bubble brewing in China. And before you…

Chinese media outlets are blaming George Soros and other foreign speculators for the recent selloff in China markets. China’s stock markets have sunk roughly 30% over the last three weeks, costing investors some $3.5 trillion in market value. Taiwan-based China Times is now blaming the selloff on malicious ‘foreign’ short-sellers. The…

China’s stock market crashed on Monday, July 6th, in spite of desperate attempts by regulators to calm investor sentiment and starve of an economic collapse. Chinese regulators have adopted extraordinary measures to return stability to the nation’s financial markets. First, the central bank announced it would lower interest…