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2804, 2015

Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 28, 2015

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China Flexes Its Muscles in Surrounding Seas
The recent tensions and increasing militarization in the South China Sea have raised concerns, that the region could become a flashpoint with global consequences. The argument is mostly about sovereignty over ocean areas and […]

2204, 2015

Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 22, 2015

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How China’s Job Market Impacts Economic Growth
China’s job market has a structural problem. There is a severe skills mismatch which makes is difficult for companies to find the workers they need. On the other hand, many university graduates can’t find […]

2603, 2015

Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – March 26, 2015

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China Bans Western Textbooks from Universities
China’s minister of education announced to check textbooks in Chinese universities in order to make sure that education is free of western influence. Instead, universities should stick with the communist ideology. With this measurement, the […]

603, 2015

Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – March 06, 2015

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China lowers growth target to 7%
China’s Premier Li Keqiang announced that China expects a GDP growth rate of 7% in 2015, compared to 7.4% last year. Although 7% is still high, it is the lowest growth rate since 25 years. […]

2001, 2015

Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – January 20, 2015

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China stocks tank 8%, Why? Shanghai’s composite index yesterday in China just had its worst day since the middle of 2008, when the financial crisis was still getting into full swing. The index, which was a world-beater last year, just […]

1710, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – October 17, 2014

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China Deflation, Global Deflation. China’s consumer inflation eased in September to levels not seen since January 2010, further evidence that the world’s second-largest economy is losing momentum but giving policymakers room for more stimulus if necessary. See the thumbnail chart […]