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To Avoid Liquidation Panic, HNA Assures Deutsche Shareholders It’s A “Long-Term Investor”

The notoriously acquisitive Chinese conglomerate HNA – which recently had a sharp falling out with Beijing resulting in a margin call "shocksave" – is facing a serious cash crunch in 2018 as nearly a quarter of its $100 billion in debt – a large chunk of which was accumulated during a multi-year buying spree that […]

A New Trend Emerges – Digital Gold “Gifting” Gains Popularity In China

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, I rarely write about gold these days, but the following from Reuters caught my attention. BEIJING/SHANGHAI, March 7, China’s virtual gifting market, typically the domain of plugged-in young consumers celebrating special occasions or flirting, is luring major financial institutions keen to boost trade of another auspicious commodity: […]

China Just Created A Record $540 Billion In Debt In One Month

One week ago, Deutsche Bank analysts warned that the global economic boom is about to end for one reason that has nothing to do with Trump, and everything to do with China’s relentless debt injections. As DB’s Oliver Harvey said, “attention has focused on President Trump, but developments on the other side of the world […]

China Unveils New Capital Controls

Back in March, when China’s various forms of soft capital controls had failed to stem China’s relentless capital outflows, we reported that “bizarro M&A” deals were rapidly becoming “China’s Most Innovative Capital Outflow Yet.” We pointed out several M&A deals that simply made no sense from the fiduciary perspective of a rational buyer, and had […]