Genghis Khan’s heirs – the return of the Silk Road?

More and more investors are looking to invest in listed companies in the countries along the Silk Road, such as China, Mongolia, India, Russia, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Turkey. The region is being acclaimed as the missing link in the global value chain and is considered to still have largely untapped investment potential. The fact of ... Weiterlesen...

Inflation in Asia? – Remarks on China, India and Japan

It was forecasted for the Year of the Rabbit that the excessive prices would level out and that stock markets, in China for example, would consolidate. 2011 is also supposed to see robust growth in South East Asia. The reality, however, is that Asian markets have had an unexpectedly rocky start to the year, with inflation being among the main ... Weiterlesen...

Fukushima and beyond …

Japan: Fukushima and beyond…. A realistic assessment of the effects of the natural and man made catastrophes in Japan – earthquake , tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear disaster – is still difficult but will be attempted, based on the current level Information – just a few days days after that fatal March 11, 2011. Tohoku ... Weiterlesen...

Asia forecast – Tiger vs. Rabbit

The Year of the Tiger (2010) was a great year for theworldwide markets, and for the Asian markets in particular. The financial crisis reduced growth all over Asia as it had done elsewhere. Despite some apocalyptic forecasts for 2010, the Asian markets staged a strong comeback. China overtook Japan as the second biggest economy in ... Weiterlesen...

N-24 Börse: Stock market trends China 2011

Lately I was given the pleasure on German television N-24 to share my thoughts and opinion on the further trends of the stock markets in China. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fa7r_oxj400 Weiterlesen...

Difficult past: Dangers of territorial conflicts in Asia

An important topic is the longterm broiling Chinese-Japanese conflict that escalated a couple of months ago,  after a minor incident between Japanese navy vessels and a Chinese fishing boat which wanted to flee a Japanese inspection and finally rammed the pursuing navy vessels. The Chinese captain was freed after a few weeks although it came ... Weiterlesen...

 

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