Monday, May 24, 2010

Chinese economy "fever" - three funds will result in inflation expectations

"The biggest crisis is a crisis of ignorance!""China urgently needs to pull the fourth carriages, this is way out of the crisis.""Business owners should reduce debt, prudent investment, maintain adequate cash flow.""People investment approach should be taken to reduce the risk of a number of options to ensure a stable income."Professor Lang believes that the current three-share stock market,

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Soybeans, Corn, Wheat Climb as Weather May Delay China Planting‎

Demand for corn and soybeans in China, the world’s biggest consumer of grain and meat, will climb as the expanding economy raises incomes and improves diets, said an executive at Cargill Inc., the largest U.S. agricultural company.The country’s annual soybean consumption will rise as much as 8 percent for the next three to four years, while corn will gain about 5 percent a year as the growing

China Officials Say Won’t Yield to Yuan Pressure at U.S. Talks

May 20 (Bloomberg) -- Chinese officials said the nation won’t yield to global calls to end the yuan’s 22-month peg, damping speculation next week’s U.S.-China trade talks would trigger appreciation.China won’t succumb to external pressure and will modify the currency based on the economic situation, Assistant Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao said in Beijing today. Stability between the world’s major