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China producer prices continue to fall - China A50 set to rally?
We revisit the China A50 to outline why we think it has seen a significant low, and could be set to return to a longer-term bullish trend.
Alibaba Q1 preview: Where next for BABA stock?
Alibaba shares remain under pressure amid Covid-19 disruption and slower economic growth in China, against a wider backdrop of rising US-China tensions.
WTI lower, but it has little to do with the upcoming OPEC+ meeting
With negative manufacturing data beginning in China and continuing throughout the US session, WTI Crude Oil has been trading lower, down nearly 5% on Monday.
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Hang Seng and China A50 break lower ahead of Friday’s GDP report
China’s GDP is expected to have softened to 4.4% y/y in Q2, which would be its lowest level since June 2020.
China’s manufacturing and services sectors expanded in June
Data from NBS (National Bureau of Statistics) expanded for the first month in four as lockdown restrictions were eased.
US Yields on the move again. What does it mean for USD/JPY?
US 10-year yields and USD/JPY have a strong, positive correlation with a correlation coefficient of +0.92.
China set to reopen; Good news for the Yuan?
China is back and looking to move forward. With some help from the government, the trough in the PMI data may be behind us.
Stocks: No end in sight for bear trend
List of negative forces weighing on investor sentiment grows larger
Iron ore feels the weight of demand concerns
Today we look at the ore cash market chart after it broke a key level of support on Monday.
Index in focus: A50 bears in control as COVID spreads in China
Why the COVID outbreak across the country may well get worse before it gets better...
Copper selling intensifies on China
More than 2 years into the pandemic and Covid is still roiling financial markets.
Chinese yuan, stocks and commodities slump
Just when you thought the c-word was no more a thing for the markets…
China’s service PMI gets served, base metals lower
Covid reared its ugly head again on economic data, which saw China’s service PMI contract at its fastest pace since the pandemic.
XPeng Q4 preview: Where next for XPeng stock?
Markets believe XPeng could almost double delivery numbers in 2022 despite the challenging environment for the automotive industry.
Pinduoduo Q4 preview: Where next for PDD stock?
Pinduoduo is ploughing profits into a project to improve China’s agricultural industry but has admitted this will hit earnings over the short-term.
Tencent Music Q4 preview: Where next for TME stock?
The regulatory overhaul and increased competition in China has hit Tencent Music, but are things about to improve after Chinese stocks soared higher this week?
Why Alibaba, NIO and other Chinese stocks are surging higher today
US-listed Chinese stocks are trading significantly higher in premarket trade today after the Chinese government pledged to support financial markets and overseas listings.
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Is USD/CNH set for a multi-month rally?
If current (and expected) yield differentials are anything to go by, the yuan looks quite overvalued. Especially in the context of ongoing growth concerns and geopolitical risks.
Luckin Coffee 2022 IPO: Everything you need to know about Luckin Coffee
Luckin Coffee, one of the largest coffee retailers in China, is relisting in the US via IPO after it was delisted in June 2020 during an accounting fraud scandal. Read about that scandal and how the company has changed since, ahead of Luckin’s relisting.
China A50 ponders reversal after state-backed intervention
Whilst China’s equity markets initially tumbled yesterday, rumours of the National Team supporting markets saw earlier losses quickly evaporate.
European Open: China’s GDP not as soft as expected
China’s growth data may not have been as good as it was, yet neither was it as bad as feared.
Asian Open: China’s GDP in focus today
The consensus view is for growth to have slowed in China’s GDP report today, leaving some to speculate that more stimulus could follow.
Have China’s producer prices peaked?
China’s producer prices softened from a 26-year high, begging the question as to whether a key inflationary input has peaked.