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The A, B, H of Chinese Markets
Chinese shares prefixed by the letters A, B or H. Here's what they stand for.

China Yuan Move Was Expected and More Surprises to Come – Trends Expert
While the move by China to devalue its currency shook the financial world, one trends forecaster said he was expecting it, and a global market meltdown is next.

China: Where Slower Growth Is Part of the Plan
The most fearful of economic observers see a possible hard landing in China’s future. But optimists see the economy changing according to plan.

A Green Smartphone
Freshly cut grass usually ends up on the compost pile or in the garbage. How about in your pocket?

Which Investors Are Right About Chinese Stocks?
Given today’s global investing environment, many companies list their shares on different exchanges in different countries. Barring any actual differences between the two different listings, such as voting rights, a share of a company traded in one place should trade for roughly the same amount as a share traded in another.

China Will Drive the Price of Gold Up – But Not Just Yet
Chinese retail buyers could push the price of gold higher. It’s been quite a week for precious metals investors. The big event to kick things off was the Swiss gold referendum. Goldbugs didn’t get the vote they had been looking for. But, strangely, things might be ending rather better for them than they thought.

China Flinches
China had implemented only moderate stimulus measures this year, such as investment in selected public works projects and new credit lines to certain financial institutions. Broader policy actions such as rate cuts had been off the table. Until recently.

Shanghai Gold Exchange: Will Serve as
Another Means of Putting Gold Into Chinese Hands

The golden stars on China’s national flag could soon take on new meaning. We’ve long believed that China wants the yuan to supplant the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency, with the yuan backed by gold tradable at some fixed exchange rate.

China Moves To Dominate Gold Market With Physical Exchange
China is slowly moving to dominate the global gold market and it is important to join the dots regarding a few key recent developments in China relating to gold.

World’s Largest Gold Producing Countries: China
While the Chinese dominate gold production among countries, it still maintains a level of mystery as to where all these ounces come from.

What to Ask Before Investing in Natural Resource Stocks
Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd., says that the ‘management interview’ is critical before investing in any junior resource company. Here are the questions to ask before investing.

Asian Gold Strategy Clarifying
The Russians came up with an extraordinary statement recently, central to why Russia and China are buying gold, the importance of which was missed by the media. President Putin said that “Russia and China need to secure their gold and foreign reserves.”

China’s Green Awakening
In the last four years, China has surpassed the United States to become the world’s largets manufacturer and relieved Japan of its bragging rights as the world’s second-largest economy. But those economic strides have come at a cost. On some days, the air pollution in major Chinese cities is severe enough to shut schools and ground airplanes.

How to Manage a Contract in China
By Camille Schuster

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