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China's capital markets could expand in the coming months. Here's why

The yuan recently jumped to its highest level relative to the US dollar since June 2018. What's the impact of this?

China Focus

China slowdown to cause APAC cross-border issuance to fall in 2019: Fitch

SINGAPORE (Mar 28): The overall Asia Pacific (APAC) cross-border issuance is expected to see a moderate drop in 2019, according to a special report by Fitch Rating.


The US poses a bigger danger to Asian markets than China

(Feb 2): Asia’s economies may be increasingly bound to China, but the risks to the region’s markets may be more linked to the US as Chinese policy makers make progress in arresting a record run-up in the country’s debt.
From Bloomberg

Yuan set for longest run of gains since 2015 on fixing, GDP data

(July 18): The onshore yuan rose for the sixth day in a row, the longest run of gains since 2015, boosted by a stronger central bank fixing and data showing China’s economy held up in the second quarter.
From Reuters

China Focus

China rewrites rulebook on capital flows after crisis lessons

(July 7): Since global capital was set free following the end of the Bretton Woods system in the 1970s, countries have struggled to tame the consequences of unbridled money flows without walling off their economies.
From Bloomberg

China's US$162 bil of dealmaker debt raises alarm

(July 5): China struck deal after deal to acquire companies abroad over the last few years. Now the bill is coming due.

China stocks drop, Yuan falls after Moody's cuts credit rating

(May 24): China’s stocks headed for their lowest level since October, the yuan retreated and default risk increased after Moody’s Investors Service cut its rating on the nation’s debt for the first in almost three decades.
Eurozone stock markets

Global Markets

New Year, new high for euro zone stock markets

LONDON (Jan 3): Euro zone stocks opened 2017 by climbing to their highest in more than a year on Monday after data showed manufacturers in the currency bloc ramped up activity at the fastest pace in more than five years.
China stocks

Asia’s stock gauge fluctuates as Japan drops, China advances

SYDNEY / TOKYO (May 23): Asia’s benchmark stock index swung between gains and losses as Japanese shares fell as the yen advanced, offsetting gains in Chinese and Taiwanese shares.