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China Orders No Market Selloffs During President’s Davos Trip

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jan 17, 2017 4:59 PM As we observed in yesterday morning’s market wrap, while US traders took the day off for the MLK holiday, China was busy defending an accelerating selloff across its stock markets. During Monday trading, having traded quietly lower for the past few days, Chinese stocks tumbled in early […]

China ETF Tumbles After MSCI Snubs China For 2nd Time, Delays Inclusion In Emerging Market Index

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden – Jun 14, 2016 5:10 PM While nowhere near comparable to the euphoria from last year, when hopes that China would be included in the MSCI emerging market index led to a tremendous rally in Chinese stocks on expectations of substantial inflows once asset managers had to allocate funds to China… READ […]

Home Why 2,900 Is The Most Important Number In The World For US Equity Bulls

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 05/17/2016 11:46 What happens if – just as it did in Aug 2015 and Jan 2016 – the S&P 500 starts caring about Chinese stocks? The answer, as BofAML’s Stephen Suttmeier explains, is “nothing good.” The rallies for the Shanghai Comp (SHCOMP) and S&P 500 (SPX) both started with double […]

China Commodity Bubble Bursts As Exchanges Curb Goldman’s “Biggest Concern”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 04/26/2016 12:40 During the last week we have highlighted the frightening similarity between the speculative spike in China commodity trading (which has sent industrial metals prices soaring in yet another ‘error’ signal for real supply and demand) and the pump-n-dump in Chinese stocks. Specifically, as Goldman warns the factor that […]

Silver Flash-Crash, Crude Headline-Hockey Spark Turbulent Buying In Bonds & Stocks

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 01/28/2016 16:33 Did The Fed drink the bull’s liquidity milkshake? Chinese stocks were ugly again… But FX “stability” and BoJ hope enabled overnight buying in stocks, which was then “enabled” even more by Russia-OPEC headline confirmations, confusions, and confessions… ands finally denials.  While stocks did get some momentum fillip from […]

China Stock Rout Seen Getting Uglier as Derivative Trigger Looms

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By Regina Tan / January 21, 2016 If Bank of America Corp. is right, Chinese stocks in Hong Kong are poised for a fresh wave of selling. That’s because the benchmark Hang Seng China Enterprises Index is trading at a level that forces investment banks to pare back their bullish futures positions, according to William […]

The Financial Crisis Of 2016 Rolls On – China, Oil, Copper And Junk Bonds All Continue To Crash

Never before have we seen a year start like this.  On Monday, Chinese stocks crashed once again.  The Shanghai Composite Index plummeted another 5.29 percent, and this comes on the heels of two historic single day crashes last week.  All of this chaos over in China is one of the factors that continues to push […]

Warning: The ‘Stealth Bear Market’ is About To Show its Teeth

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By Victor Reklaitis at MarketWatch / January 4, 2016 The new year is beginning with a mauling for many investors, as Chinese stocks fell so sharply Monday that they triggered a trading halt. Following China’s lead, Dow futures have wallowed more than 300 points in the red. “Investors are not going to like the start […]

Janet Yellen Explains Why The Fed Will Raise Rates Amid A Revenue, Profit & Manufacturing Recession – Live Feed

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 12/02/2015 12:26 Janet Yellen is set to begin the first part of her two-day excuse-fest for why The Fed will raise rates (market implied odds at 74%) in December despite Chinese stocks crashing again, carnage in commodities, a revenues recession, plunging EBITDA, a collapse in US manufacturing, housing rolling over, […]

If You Thought China’s Equity Bubble Was Scary…

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 10/12/2015 15:50  Don’t look at their corporate bonds… As Bloomberg details, as the rout in Chinese stocks this year erased $5 trillion of value, investors fled for safety in the nation’s red-hot corporate bond market. They may have just moved from one bubble to another. The risk of a downward […]