Blog/Market Talk

Market Talk – August 21, 2019

ASIA: China announced that they will be looking into placing sanctions on any US company involved in the proposed US-Taiwan sale of F-16 fighter jets. The US [...]

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Market Talk – August 20, 2019

ASIA: A new report released from Australia highlighted Chinese military force in the region. The report suggests significant improvements in Chinese military [...]

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Market Talk – August 19, 2019

ASIA: There are reports of military personnel in the city’s largest sports complex across the Hong Kong border in neighboring Chinese city Shenzhen. This is a [...]

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Market Talk – August 16, 2019

ASIA: Reuters today reported that Chinese ships are reportedly changing their names in order to bypass US sanctions on Iranian crude oil. Meanwhile, China General [...]

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Market Talk – August 15, 2019

ASIA: US President Donald Trump has urged his Chinese counterpart President Xi to meet with protesters in Hong Kong. In a series of tweets, firstly highlighting the [...]

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Market Talk – August 14, 2019

ASIA: China has described the Hong Kong protests as “terrorism” as clashes with police broke out after a few days of peaceful protests. All eyes are on the [...]

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Market Talk – August 13, 2019

ASIA: Today the US stated that it will remove Chinese imports from its target list and delay tariffs up to December 15th from the 1st of September on Chinese cell [...]

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Market Talk – August 12, 2019

ASIA: A lot of videos are emerging on social media regarding the police brutality against the Hong Kong protestors, with a lot of attention on the Chinese [...]

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Market Talk – August 9, 2019

ASIA: The IMF has released a report stressing that the US-China trade war be resolved quickly as it is putting pressure on global growth. “That is not only [...]

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Market Talk – August 8, 2019

ASIA: A lot of economic news emerging from China and some is somewhat surprising too. The 3.3% rise in exports YoY overpowered the memories of a 1.3% decline in [...]

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