Archive for November, 2010File not found. The League of Indebtedness of advanced economies
I did not know this, but I just realise Singapore’s public debt to GDP ratio is around 100%, not far below… Iceland?Chinese leaders are too busy
Chinese leaders are actually rather busy in trying to achieving everything at once.
Markets. 11 November, 2010, 8:57Asia Investment Views 11 Nov
European debt fears finally return. US markets were slightly up. All eyes on China inflation number and G20.
Markets. 10 November, 2010, 21:43US Investment Views 10 Nov
World markets are largely down, though better numbers from the US may lift the markets a bit.Forget 1997? Did you?
1997 was the start of 6 long painful years for Hong Kong. Right, it is time to forget it, but most people cannot, including the people who ask others to forget.
Markets. 10 November, 2010, 8:53Asia Investment Views 10 Nov
US was down and Europe was up. Dagong (who?) downgraded US credit rating, and investors shying away from periphery of Europe. More tightening from China ahead.
Economy. 10 November, 2010, 2:34Will Japan become the next Greece?
China is selling Japanese debt for 2 straight months. With the highest debt burden probably among all major economies, will Japan default any time soon?
Markets. 9 November, 2010, 21:03US Investment Views 9 Nov
Asia markets were down while European markets are largely up now. Dollar drops, while Gold and Oil rise, and so will stocks.Stop money and Paul Krugman
China imposed some capital control to protect themselves from the flood of liquidity. They could have done more, but they have their own concerns. Unfortunately, Paul Krugman does not understand.
Markets. 9 November, 2010, 9:09Asia Investment Views 9 Nov
US and Europe markets were mostly down as European debt concern came back. US dollar strengthened and Euro dropped. Sino Land (83.HK) sold shares after Hang Lung Properties (101.HK) sold shares. May put pressure to property developers stocks.
Politics & Society. 8 November, 2010, 23:21The future of Hong Kong: The Solutions
My solution, to it simply, includes Capital Appreciation Tax, Antitrust Law, and Innovations
Markets. 8 November, 2010, 21:53US Investment Views 8 Nov
Asia markets were up for most, while Europeans are down. Ireland debt crisis is looming, and German industrial production disappointed. Set for lower opening in the US.
Markets. 8 November, 2010, 9:03Asia Investment Views 8 Nov
I believe the markets are still rather excited after the QE2 and recent rally. Risk-appetite is there, and the rise may continue, no matter how unhealthy it actually is.
Markets. 7 November, 2010, 22:19Week in review 1 to 6 Nov 2010
QE2 sent stocks market higher and higher. That will mean dangers elsewhere. Next week focus: G20. And China CPI release on 11 Nov will be on my radar screen.Post-QE2 era: brace for the burst of an epic bubble
What the Fed achieves in QE2 is creating bubbles. There is only one outcome for all bubbles, and we all know it too well.
Politics & Society. 6 November, 2010, 22:04The future of Hong Kong: Problems of the Young Generation
Complacents chaps are not the only group of people to be blamed
Markets. 5 November, 2010, 21:06US Investment Views 5 Nov
Up, up, and up. The QE2 is doing its magic, and now the payroll number came in much better than expected.
Markets. 5 November, 2010, 14:57Trade Irish Bonds, Would You?
Warning for Irish bonds came from the clearing house, but investors in other markets are still happy because Bernanke is running the printing press “as fast as he can”
Markets. 5 November, 2010, 9:14Asia Investment Views 5 Nov
US and European markets rose on weak dollar. Hang Lung Properties to raise capital in a share placement.Europeans say NO to QE2
While the Fed did QE2, the Europeans have shown little love for that.