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    China Fundamental

    Nowadays China economic are growth very rapidly, and China becoming one of country in the world thats can compete with USA. China known as their cheap product and service so this country product and services nowadays are used by all country in the world.

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    China's Economic Reform Quite Promising
    Pkl today. 00:15 pm

    Washington, (Analysis). China's leaders are increasingly promoting the reform of its economy, which caused the optimism that marked anxiety in the United States, where Wall Street and Main Street can take advantage later. That is reflected in the attention of Washington against a Chinese coastal city that is not so great, Wenzhou, which is used as trial sites of economic reforms that could make the country's second largest economy in the world was re-process the change in global trade.
    Beijing makes it marginally easier for foreigners to invest in Wenzhou, Wenzhou, and for residents themselves to borrow, lend and invest abroad.

    The city's role in China's economy is small, so the impact will be quite limited reforms. But when it comes to rolling out all over China, then the impact could be enormous. "We have watched the movement along the path of the economy (the country) is at least a decade, especially since China joined the WTO," said the former adviser and vice chairman of the World Trade Organization's trade, Grant Aldonas.

    "This historic pattern will begin with a variety of special economic zones (such as Wenzhou) in addition to several pilot projects and eventually to be increased (in number)," he said.

    Under the plan, U.S. investors will be easier to invest in China - by easing restrictions on the funds out of China can bring immense benefits for U.S. business. However, reducing the restriction of money out of China will be equal to get a windfall for U.S. businesses. "That's really a breakthrough real reform," said Nicholas Lardy, an expert on China at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

    Today, China is rich in investor cash does not have much choice. They can "pour" money into Wall Street, thereby increasing the cash value of the U.S. company while raising millions of position based on stock indices. The local share is not so good performance, authorities inflated the local housing projects, the state company that is not practical, or to the unregulated shadow market and dangerous.

    "Although China's economy is running very good, but the stock market, including China which has the worst performance in the world last year and still be down about 60% from its peak in 2007," said Lardy explains some of the difficulties that may be encountered. He predicted that, without the least hindered, the wealth of China will pour money into Wall Street, which will solidify the case of U.S. companies and increase the value of pensions of millions of shares.

    Likewise, China will have new leaders next year, and certainly is not clear whether the reforms will be continued or enhanced. All problems can be used by the opponents of reform, said Aldonas. "(Reform) has the capacity to play with bold or precisely would be something that could be used by opponents of reform as a way to give a warning," he added.

    America, as other countries in the world, forced to wait and see first whether the pilot reform city of Wenzhou could become a new economic culture in China.

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    China Vanke led decline in Chinese stock
    Monday, April 9, 2012, 11:37

    Financeroll - China Exchange fell to its lowest point this month after the CPI higher than expected easing of policy would undermine the expectations of the government.

    China Vanke Co. and Poly Real Estate Group Co. led declines today after inflation menjaid rebound 3.6 percent in March compared to the prediction that only 3.4 percent. China Merchants Bank Co. fell 1.3 percent after the approval of the sale of shares bid of 35 billion yuan. China Cosco Holdings Co., fell 2 percent after the data the U.S. job market is weaker than predicted.

    Shanghai Composite Index fell 18.8 points or 0.8 percent, to 2287.77. CSI 300 Index turu 1 percent to 2495.23 range. Shanghai Composite rose 1.9 percent last week after the China Securities Regulatory Commission to raise the quota to investors who invest in the Chinese market. This year, the Shanghai Composite rose 4.1 percent accompanied by expectations of the banking sector will lower borrowing requirements and interest.

    Vanke, China's largest developer company, fell 1.7 percent to 8.24 yuan. Poly Real Estate, the company's second-largest developer, fell 0.8 percent to 11.27 yuan. China Merchants Bank dropped 1.3 percent to 11.66 yuan.

    China's CPI rose 3.6 percent last month from a year earlier after rising to 3.2 percent last month, according to the official website of the National Bureau of Statistics of China today

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    China announced Monday a rebound in inflation in March, mainly due to higher food prices, but the government still dipose leeway to stimulate the second world economy whose growth is slowing.

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    At the macro level, we note that China has announced a rebound in inflation in March, due to rising food prices. According to the NBS, the CPI rose 3.6% in March over one year against 3.2% in February. Other indicators in China are expected in the rest of the week.

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    I wonder why China affects euro currency ? Also yen and Australian Dollar are too affected by Chinese data . Please someone explain it.

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    Hang Seng Up Thin for Banking
    Thursday, April 12, 2012 10:08 PM

    Monexnews - Hong Kong shares a thin reinforcement related buying on Thursday after being dropped several times, with banking and property sectors that support the market to get rid of stocks falling port and the mine operator. Hang Seng Index rose 0.2% to 20,181.47 after a drop in session 7 of 8 sessions, while the Hang Seng China index rose 0.4% to 10,548.96.

    The main stock exchanges, HSBC Holdings PLC rose 0.5% and Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. rose 0.4%, while shares of Aluminum Corp. of China Ltd. to recover 2.5% after being weakened. China Coal Energy Co. shares fell 2% after a disastrous flood in the mine that killed four workers, triggering the cessation of operations at the unit. Port operators also experienced a fall, with shares of China Merchants Holdings International Co. fell 1%. Shanghai stock index rose 0.3% to 2,316.54, while continuing to strengthen it.

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    Ended, China Economic Growth slowdown
    Pkl today. 0:10 pm 14 April

    BEIJING (Reuters). Following growth in China is far more sluggish than expected to their lowest level in nearly three years, economists predict the occurrence of rebound since Premier Wen Jiabao policy easing in the face of weak domestic demand and Europe. This development is expected to be the end of China's economic slowdown.
    GDP in the countries of the world's second-largest economy grew 8.1% from a year earlier after growing 8.9% in the fourth quarter of last year, the National Statistics Bureau said in Beijing on Friday.

    Unexpected rise in new lending in the yuan currency during March showed that the ruling Communist Party is trying to avoid slipping further growth in the transition of power once in a decade to young leaders. A rise in industrial production and retail sales (China) reported on Friday to ease concerns that the recovery of the world lower after U.S. jobs data and lower than forecast debt crisis worsened to threaten Europe.

    "China's economy has begun to rise again and will likely progress more rapidly," said Shane Oliver, chief investment strategist at AMP Capital Investors Ltd, based in Sydney. "The increase in the number of loans in March and a slight increase in the momentum for industrial production and retail sales indicate that the growth likely to continue rising in coming months," he said.

    Analysts at Bank of America, Nomura Holdings Inc. and IHS Global Insight, said the first quarter may be the lowest point or the end of the slowdown (growth in China).

    China and other countries in Asia are becoming increasingly important for global growth, with expansion in developing countries of East Asia and Pacific region is estimated by the World Bank reaches three times the rate of growth worldwide this year.

    Data on Thursday showed new yuan loans is the highest in a year and growth in the money supply increased rapidly in March. Loans in local currency recorded 1.01 trillion yuan ($ 160.1 billion), the central bank said People's Bank of China.

    The government also slowed the appreciation of the yuan to help support the exporters to the sluggish demand from developed countries. Exchange rate yuan was little changed against the dollar this year after rising 4.7% in 2011. Yuan rose 0.1% Friday.

    Peertumbuhan economic slowdown is a natural effect of the measures taken by the government to curb inflation and control the property market, said Fan Jianping, chief economist at the State Information Center with head-office in Beijing.

    National Bureau of Statistics spokesman Sheng Laiyun said Friday, "the major economic indicators in March are all improved from the previous two months" and he said "pretty sure the achievement of relatively fast growth" this year.

    However, he said, "serious consideration should be given to some prominent contradictions and problems" in the economy, including export growth and increasing operational difficulties in some companies.

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    Market actors do not worry with china Economic Slowdown
    15/Apr/2012 06:22
    Gross Domestic Product (GDP), China showed the economic slowdown, market participants should not worry too much. Some other important data still showed satisfactory expansion.

    Direct GDP data release harm risk-based asset pricing such as crude oil and the Australian dollar. The reason, China is the world's largest oil consumer and closest trading partner with Australia second. However, the issue of hard landing should hurry away because production data are important components of China still shows expansion. Production of steel, cement and automobile accelerates throughout the month of March. Sales of electronic devices and even grew 8.4% in the same month, after being dropped in the month of January-February due to the removal of subsidies and cutting the end of 2011.


    Furthermore, the amount of bank lending also rose in March at the rate 1.1 trillion yuan ($ 160.3 billion) of notes in February, 710.7 billion yuan. The Government is expected to design a new stimulus strategy (in addition to interest rate changes) to ensure there is an abundance of credit funds that led to economic expansion. Alternatives that could be taken by lowering the reserve requirement (GWM) so that banks can more freely do business. In general, reports the production of some important materials and satisfactory performance of credit was released last month, it was due to more lax macroeconomic policies implemented by the central government.

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    Re: China Fundamental

    Chinese growth is eyed by Europe because Europe depends upon Chinese demands for its own growth. Last week weak Chinese data brought Eurusd down very much .

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