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Business optimism between the US and China increases, and fourth quarter earnings up sharply

Friday's market minute World stocks hold gains despite the confusion over China's trade progress in the United States and the contradictory reports about the Treasury's intention on tariffs. Asian stocks have been on record highs for a month, confident that… Continue Reading →

Business optimism between the US and China increases, and fourth quarter earnings up sharply

Friday's market minute World stocks hold gains despite the confusion over China's trade progress in the United States and the contradictory reports about the Treasury's intention on tariffs. Asian stocks have been on record highs for a month, confident that… Continue Reading →

China Cbank's record $ 83 billion injection boosts concern over struggling economy

The Chinese central bank injected a record $ 83 billion into the country's financial system on Wednesday, seeking to avoid a cash-tightness that would put more pressure on the downturn in the economy. Chinese policymakers have pledged to step up… Continue Reading →

China will cut taxes and maintain currency stability to counter the slowdown

China plans to cut taxes, increase spending and provide significant financing for small businesses and private companies to counter the worst economic slowdown since the global financial crisis and the impact of a deadly trade war against United States. The… Continue Reading →

Stocks rise slightly as investors weigh on JPMorgan's disappointing results and new stimulus measures in China

US stocks rose modestly on Tuesday morning, as investors digested the poor performance of major US banks, including Dow's JPMorgan Chase, and announced new stimulus measures from China. How are the main landmarks? The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.06%… Continue Reading →

Apple (AAPL) must cut iPhone prices in China, says analyst

Apple Inc. (AAPL) can and should reduce iPhone prices in China, according to Daniel Ives, an analyst at Wedbush. "We expect deeper price declines on the XR in the coming months," Ives said in a note Monday morning, referring to… Continue Reading →

Apple (AAPL) must cut iPhone prices in China, says analyst

Apple Inc. (AAPL) can and should reduce iPhone prices in China, according to Daniel Ives, an analyst at Wedbush. "We expect deeper price declines on the XR in the coming months," Ives said in a note Monday morning, referring to… Continue Reading →

China to enforce regulation for blockchain chain companies in February

The Chinese regulator of the Internet, the Administration of cyberspace in China(CAC) in a detailed document describes a final regulatory project regarding cryptocurrency and blockchain companies. The rules will come into effect on February 19 and will provide a set… Continue Reading →

China announces new regulation for block chain companies

Blockchain China is fiercely opposed to chain block companies, even though the government seems to favor block chains at the expense of cryptocurrency. On Jan. 10, the Chinese Cyberspace Administration (CAC) announced the adoption of a new regulation that will… Continue Reading →

China gives long-awaited authorizations for GM crops in US trade talks

China on Tuesday approved the import of five genetically modified (GM) crops, the first in about 18 months, which could boost its grain purchases abroad and ease pressure from the United States to open its markets to more agricultural products…. Continue Reading →

The shares then appreciate that investors are turning to China. Trade Negotiations

Shares rose modestly on Monday, supported by central bankers' efforts to ease economic concerns, as investors were alert to the evolution of trade negotiations between the US and China. But the trading was unstable. In Europe, stocks were higher at… Continue Reading →

China adds to gold reserves for the first time since October 2016

After a hiatus of more than two years, China adds back to its gold reserves. The People's Bank of China increased its holdings to 59.56 million ounces by the end of December, about 1,853 metric tons, up from 59.24 million… Continue Reading →

China cuts tariffs on more than 700 goods as part of a trade liberalization campaign

China has announced a new round of tariff cuts, reducing taxes on the importation of more than 700 goods as of Jan. 1, as part of its efforts to open the economy and reduce costs for companies. national consumers. There… Continue Reading →

China publishes list of "negative" investments at the national level

China on Tuesday released a so-called "negative" list that specifies industries in which domestic or foreign investors are either restricted or banned as part of efforts to standardize market entry rules for all the actors. Four of the 151 sectors… Continue Reading →

China says domestic providers of financial information online to maintain an "economic order"

The Chinese cyber-watchdog released Wednesday a new regulation for domestic providers of financial information, in the context of an apparent crackdown on online content deemed detrimental to the country's financial stability while the Economy slows down. Financial information providers are… Continue Reading →

China clears rice imports from US after years of talks

China has opened the door to rice imports from the United States for the first time from what analysts have taken to signal a warming of relations between the world's two largest economies after an icy cold year marked by… Continue Reading →

The factory activity in China decreases for the first time in more than 2 years, 2019 seems more difficult

In December, China's factories business was contracted for the first time in more than two years, highlighting the challenges that Beijing faces as it seeks to end a deadly trade war against Washington and to reduce the risk of a… Continue Reading →

China cuts bank reserve requirements again as growth slows

China's central bank announced on Friday that it was reducing the amount of cash that banks were to hold as reserves for the fifth time in a year, thus freeing up $ 116 billion for new loans while it is… Continue Reading →

Coffee start-up Luckin plans to double Starbucks in China this year

By Pei Li and Adam Jourdan BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese coffee start-up Luckin wants to open 2,500 new stores this year and beat Starbucks Corp (SBUX.O) as the world's largest coffee chain in terms of points sales, said Thursday. The… Continue Reading →

What Tim Cook left out on China in Apple's revenue forecast

In the space of just two months, China, the world's largest smartphone market, has gone from a growth factor to a soft spot for Apple. "Our business in China was very strong last quarter," Apple's CEO told investors on November… Continue Reading →

Global stocks skid after weak factory results in China

BEIJING (AP) – Global stock markets fell on Wednesday as negotiations in 2019 began with the announcement of weakness in the Chinese manufacturing sector. KEEP THE POINTS: At the start of the session, the French CAC 40 plunged 2.3% to… Continue Reading →

Asian stocks post the worst start to the year since 2016: China at stake

(Bloomberg) – That's a good start to the new year. The benchmark for Asia-Pacific zone stocks excluding Japan fell 1.7% to 14:54. in Hong Kong when traders returned to work in key regions, including Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Korea…. Continue Reading →

South Korea's exports down surprise as the global economy cools between China and the United States. contestation

* December exports: -1.2% yoy / year (Reuters poll + 3.3%) * 2018 exports + 5.5% vs + 15.8% in 2017 * Falling price of memory chips, oil takes its toll * Exports to China decrease (recast of paragraph 2)… Continue Reading →

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