For the past 20 years, China’s working age population has risen, which has helped boost productivity and incomes, as many young people left the rural areas, where they worked with basic tools, and signed up for factory work on China’s southern and ea
China has some carbon exchanges now. They trade carbon permits in seven trial markets. The price is about $7 to 10 per ton of CO2. China will likely add seven pilot carbon pricing systems by 2015. China is expected to add a carbon tax by 2020 and nat
With what few vacuum tube-based trading algos are left and reacting with rabid kneejerkiness to every flashing red headline, one would get the impression that what matters to the Fed's decision on how to adjust its balance sheet flow depends on the U
The death of the dollar is coming, and it will probably be China that pulls the trigger.
China: expanding pollution and shrinking civil liberties. Now, the two have collided where Chinese officials are struggling with the loss of surveillance from its thousands of surveillance cameras spying on citizens. Pollution is now making it diffic
Engineers from universities in Beijing and Princeton University calculated the amount of friction methods of moving the stones would produce.
Paper gold in the developed world may trade based on the whims of marginal momentum chasers, and of course, the daytrading mood of the BIS gold and FX trading desk, but when it comes to physical gold and China's appetite for it, one word explains it
Around election season, American politicians are often charged with "China bashing" if they invoke the People’s Republic as a rival threatening US interests.
Chinese state-run media revealed for the first time this week that Beijing’s nuclear submarines can attack American cities as a means to counterbalance U.S. nuclear deterrence in the Pacific.
A top-secret map leaked by Snowden showed 90 US surveillance facilities at embassies and consulates worldwide. The facilities in East Asia were focused on China, with centers in the US embassy in Beijing and US consulates in the commercial hub
China has sent a surveillance ship to Hawaiian waters for the very first time in an unprecedented move which is being described as a provocative retaliation to the U.S. naval presence in the East China Sea.
The article features 30 photos and graphics detailing, among other things, damage projections for Seattle and Los Angeles after being hit by Chinese nuclear warheads and the deadly radiation that would spread all the way to Chicago.
A report from Russian state media says clothing irons imported from China are spreading computer viruses. Hm.
Netizens in China recently identified the six most disastrous ways Chinese people suffer financial loss in their country, including stock market turmoil, corruption, and “red envelopes.”
China is forecast to spend roughly $1 trillion over the next decade buying up foreign assets, including about $15 billion to $20 billion a year on U.S. investments, according to the Kiplinger Letter. But what, exactly, are Chinese firms buying?
Last week, China and India signed a border pact to ease tensions along the disputed border dubbed the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
The Chinese Are In Love With Bitcoin And It's Driving The Digital Currency's Prices Into The Stratosphere
Scientists at Shanghai's Fudan University have created a one-watt light bulb that provides access to wireless internet.
During the Oct. 16 episode of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," host Kimmel held a "kids table" segment on the government shutdown. And the segment has now raised all sorts of problems.
A single bitcoin is now worth $200, thanks to a little-known exchange in China that is suddenly pushing the digital currency to new heights.
Spoiler alert: Albert Edwards is not exactly bullish. Perhaps like Rosenberg, he too needs to spend a weekend or two on the Ray Dalio ranch.
On the global financial stage, China is playing chess while the U.S. is playing checkers, and the Chinese are now accelerating their long-term plan to dethrone the U.S. dollar.
China’s lack of food controls have previously taken its toll on its own citizens and the global markets.
At Oath Keepers we have been discussing for years the probability that an economic collapse would take place in the near term, and that this economic collapse would open doors for the establishment to assert authoritarian measures supplanting the civ
The Birth of the ‘De-Americanized’ World. Beijing Calls for Creation of New “Reserve Currency” to Replace the U.S. Dollar
China has just one thing to say ...
Chinese government mouthpiece says 'Pax Americana' has failed on all fronts
The Shanghai Composite fell 1% on Thursday, with Chinese brokerages taking the biggest hit.
Wang Jing, a Chinese telecommunications billionaire, has the rights to build a canal through Nicaragua.
As the Government shutdown in the US enters its second week, the country is just 10-days away from default, and the country’s main creditor China has urged Washington to take decisive steps to avoid bankruptcy and ensure safety of Chinese investments