China

Shipbuilding Industry Collapses, Hits China and South Korea

Friday, May 20, 2016
By Paul Martin

by Wolf Richter WolfStreet.com May 20, 2016 Global overcapacity, plunging demand, and a price war In the first quarter, South Korean shipbuilders saw their orders collapse by 94.1% to 170,000 compensated gross tons (CGT), compared to the prior year. In terms of dollars, orders collapsed 94% from $6.5 billion in Q1 2015 in to... »

China’s blunt warning to America: ‘We’re ready for repeat of Korean War or Vietnam if U.S. military stirs up any conflict in South China Sea’

Friday, May 20, 2016
By Paul Martin

Senior Chinese official, Liu Zhenmin, warns US not to ‘stir up any conflict’ Earlier this week a U.S. spy plane was buzzed by two Chinese aircraft Last week USS William P Lawrence sailed close to Fiery Cross Reef China and the U.S. lost thousands of soldiers in 1950-53 Korean War By CHRIS SUMMERS DailyMail.com... »

“Shanghai Accord Flows Reverse” – Retail Investors Pull Money From Stocks For 6 Straight Weeks

Friday, May 20, 2016
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 05/20/2016 BofA summarizes the latest flow as a “reversal in Shanghai Accord flows” noting the “1st outflows from EM debt funds in 13 weeks; largest Japan inflows in 10 weeks; and 1st outflows from TIPS funds in 14 weeks; 1st” and adds that EPFR reports another week of risk-off flows:... »

Chinese fighters come within 50ft of colliding with U.S. spy plane over South China Sea as Pentagon accuses Beijing of ‘unsafe’ intercept

Thursday, May 19, 2016
By Paul Martin

Two Chinese J-11 fighters came within 50ft of a U.S. EP-3 Aries spy plane Reconnaissance aircraft dived sharply to avoid a collision, Pentagon said U.S. defense officials claimed Navy plane was carrying out routine mission Beijing said its fighters were at a safe distance and told U.S. to back off Pentagon has vowed to... »

‘Kill Web’: US Military Calls for More Technology to Outwit Russia, China

Thursday, May 19, 2016
By Paul Martin

SputnikNews.com 19.05.2016 The term “near-peer” is a misnomer when applied by the US with reference to Russia or China, there are certain technological areas where the two countries have gone far beyond, according to Rear Adm. Mike Darrah. “Our near-peer competitors are no longer near peers,” Rear Adm. Mike Darrah, Naval Air Systems Command’s... »

Dollar Hyperinflation? SILVER MOVES TO CHINA — David Morgan

Thursday, May 19, 2016
By Paul Martin

SilverDoctors.com May 18, 2016 As the once formidable Dollar ultimately begins to hyperinflate as nations lose all confidence in the Federal Reserve Note, forecasters predict triple digit silver prices and eventually even a 1 to 1 silver to gold ratio in coming years. The cracks in the western banking system and fiat Dollar are... »

The China-Panic Trade Is Back

Wednesday, May 18, 2016
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 05/18/2016 Once again the fears over China’s slowdown, global growth faltering, and the fallacy of US analyst hockey sticks are biting at the ankles of fiction-peddling talking heads. With copper plunging and the USD Index resurgent, as Bloomberg’s Mark Cudmore warns, the risk-aversion sparked by China in January is on... »

World Crash to Precede Bail-Ins, China Faultering – David Quintieri of TheMoneyGPS

Tuesday, May 17, 2016
By Paul Martin

Investmentwatchblog.com May 17th, 2016 TOPICS IN THIS INTERVIEW: 01:55 Out of Control National Debt, Debt to GDP Ratio over 100% and Only Increasing from here 04:20 Chinese Economy Slowing Down, will be Tipping Point for World Collapse 07:35 How Long will this Crisis Play Out, Can the Can be Kicked for Years? 10:00 Official... »

Russia, China Quite Capable of Countering US Missile System in Asia

Tuesday, May 17, 2016
By Paul Martin

SputnikNews.com 17.05.2016 Commenting on the upcoming joint US-South Korea-Japan missile defense drills and the possible further deployment of a US ground-to-air missile system in South Korea, Russian military analyst Vladimir Yevseyev told Sputnik that Russia has all the means to efficiently countermeasure the system, similar to the ones it has against its system in... »

China’s Largest Bank Is Quietly Cornering The Market For London Physical Gold

Monday, May 16, 2016
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 05/16/2016 We have followed the ownership changes of London’s massive vaults with keen interest ever since our December 2014 article when we reported that Deutsche Bank’s gold vaule was for sale in “Massive 1,500 Ton Gold Vault For Sale In The Heart Of London, One Previous Owner, Asking £4,500,000 O.B.O.”... »

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