October 5th, 2011 19:39:27 GMT

FT causing more mischief


“China sees surge in CDS on slowdown fears”. China is now the 10th most actively traded credit default swap… EUR/USD continues to run into resting sell orders above 1.3380 and is delinking from the resurgent risk trade.

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September 30th, 2011 01:25:26 GMT

China PMI May Ease Nerves


The China PMI from MNI will be released in a few minutes and the more-influential HSBC PMI an hour afterwards. Sentiment about a slowdown in China may be a touch extreme at the moment after the highly-publicized report from Merrill … Continue reading

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September 29th, 2011 22:48:51 GMT

Another Good One From AEP


Ambrose Evans-Pritchard’s take on the German vote and the state of the crisis in Europe in the Telegraph. It includes a great interactive map and notes that Chinese help is unlikely. Jin Liqun, head of China Investment Corporation, told an … Continue reading

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