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Investors still look to China for long term gains – reveals Barclays Stockbrokers poll

Banking news, Treasury news  •  8 February 2016  •  Barclays Stockbrokers

Many investors will be hoping the year of the Monkey brings a more positive outlook for markets with today marking the start of the Chinese New Year…

Bosch chooses Deutsche Bank’s electronic ERP integration solution for payments in China

Banking news, Technology news  •  1 February 2016  •  Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank today announced that it has implemented an electronic ERP integration solution for Bosch’s foreign currency and RMB cross-border payments in China…

Is China triggering a global crisis?

Blog  •  19 January 2016  •  Nuno Fernandes, Professor of Finance at IMD Business School

In recent weeks, the Chinese market experienced its biggest weekly fall in 20 years, tumbling more than 15%. IMD Professor Nuno Fernandes suggests that this volatility serves as a further warning…

Commonwealth Bank creates global innovation network

Banking news, Technology news  •  19 January 2016  •  Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Commonwealth Bank of Australia has launched an Innovation Lab in Hong Kong and announced plans to launch an Innovation Lab in London later this year…

Can latest risk rally in Asia inspire Europe and US?

Trading commentary: Saxo Bank  •  19 January 2016  •  John J Hardy, Saxo Bank

Near on line Chinese data gives Asian markets a boost…

Strange reasons to cheer China

Daily Forex Brief: FxPro  •  19 January 2016  •  Simon Smith, FXPro

So, here’s the thing. The headlines on China are not that market friendly, slowest quarterly growth since 2009, or slowest growth for the year as a whole in 25 years…

Sterling looked much steadier

Daily brief: Moneycorp  •  19 January 2016  •  Moneycorp

Sterling looked much steadier too, losing ground only to the Canadian dollar…

China growth data weakest in 25 years

UKForex: Daily commentary  •  19 January 2016  •  Jake Trask, UKForex

China’s growth data was released overnight showing the economy expanded at 6.8% y/y in Q4 2015, slightly lower than the 6.9% forecast…

Marathon game of risk drags on

Trading commentary: Saxo Bank  •  14 January 2016  •  John J Hardy, Saxo Bank

The Asian session saw risk appetite gap to new lows but rally hard into the close, perhaps inspired by official buying in China and this (humorous) declaration by many shareholders at a number of companies not sell their shares…

A chaotic start to the year

Weekly commentary: Natixis  •  14 January 2016  •  Nordine Naam, senior forex analyst, Natixis

2016 kicked off with a chaotic start. The fall in the Chinese yuan, combined with a further correction of commodity prices, emerging currencies and leading equity indices, meant that high volatility took hold of the financial markets last week…

Wolters Kluwer Financial Services launches Enterprise Credit Solution for China

Banking news, Technology news  •  13 January 2016  •  Wolters Kluwer Financial Services

Latest solution facilitates China Enterprise Credit System reporting to the People’s Bank of China…

Bounce in risk needs more to avoid ‘dead cat’ label

Trading commentary: Saxo Bank  •  13 January 2016  •  John J Hardy, Saxo Bank

We’ll need to see follow through in today’s European and US sessions for a sense that this is anything more than a dead cat bounce…

Pound steadies after yesterday’s heavy sell off

UKForex: Daily commentary  •  13 January 2016  •  Matthew Corran, UKForex

So far this morning the GBP/USD rate is barely changed. Currently up 0.01% at 1.4444…

Risk return temporary?

Daily Forex Brief: FxPro  •  13 January 2016  •  Simon Smith, FXPro

Finally some risk appetite is returning to Asian markets which have bounced overnight and this is due to feed into today’s European session…

Sterling had one of its better days on Monday

Daily brief: Moneycorp  •  12 January 2016  •  Moneycorp

Sterling had one of its better days on Monday, strengthening by an average of 0.3% and losing ground only to the Aussie and the Kiwi…