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|... warning bilateral trade relations could suffer if Australia did not stop its call for a COVID-19 inquiry. The Middle Kingdom strikes back. China is now walking its talk. This has prompted fears among Australian dairy producers that they could be next ...|
|... Beijing that, in turn, would lead into a price/currency war. In addition, cheaper Chines exports mean that the Middle Kingdom would once again be exporting deflationary pressure into the global economy. Sure, it was welcomed back in the late-1990's ...|
|... economy appears to be heading there. Being Australia's biggest export market, what happens in the economy of the Middle Kingdom will flow through into ours. Austrade data shows we shipped 29.6% of our total exports to China in FY 2016/17. In turn ...|
|The Middle Kingdom's supremo, Chinese President Xi Jinpeng, sent equity markets on the up and up. Instead of talking tough and raising the ante on the brewing trade war with the US, Xi announced the opposite. In his speech at the Boao Forum for Asia ...|
|... but modest. It announced just US$3 billion worth of US imports into Beijing, although media reports noted the Middle Kingdom is merely keeping its powder dry to give it more room to escalate the war on trade and/or give it scope for an expected negotiation. ...|
|Timely or well-timed but the release of China's trade balance just as US President Trump lands in the Middle Kingdom should help partly assuage Donald's displeasure with the US-China trade imbalance. China's trade surplus contracted sharply to US$38.2 ...|
|... Party of China - 18 - 24 October - indicates there will be more of the same. That is, onwards and upwards for the Middle Kingdom. In his opening address, President Xi Jinping reminded his audience of his "Chinese Dream" - the "great rejuvenation of the ...|
|... around the world is directly linked to its global trade footprint meaning that nations that wish to trade with the Middle Kingdom will increasingly have to use much more its currency. By implication this will drive increased trading in renmimbi.|
|... Like the energizer bunny, China keeps on going and going ... and going. Certainly, concerns are mounting over the Middle Kingdom's slowing economy in recent months but even the IMF, in its latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) -- released 6 October -- ...|
|... the middle of July, I'm pretty sure they were concerned about the sharp volatility prompted by the mayhem in the Middle Kingdom's stock markets. That calmed but was replaced by the People's Bank of China's (PBOC) surprise devaluation of the yuan on Tuesday ...|
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Munro Partners is introducing a global equities strategy to Canadian retail investors, after raising $1.5 billion in Canada since January 2019.
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IFM Investors and Regal backed Spitfire has appointed administrators, as it looks to restructure the group after a shareholder reneged on promised funding.
Melbourne's Warakirri Asset Management has launched new retail funds from its freshly-minted partnership with Northcape Capital.
Synchron's general manager of legal, risk and compliance Michael Jones has resigned, with a new appointment to lead the dealer group's compliance.
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