Post Profile






"China Faces Its Comeuppance" - Kyle Bass Warns Of "Tectonic Shift" In US Relationship

Hayman Capital's Kyle Bass ventured on to CNBC this morning to drop some painful truth bombs about Trump's "drastically changed Chinese diplomacy" and China's looming "come-uppance." Bass began by highlighting what he calls a "tectonic shift" in US-China relations in the last few days, pointing to two crucial events... 1. Things changed drastically when US launched unilateral sanctions on China over North Korea.
read more

share

Related Posts


How This Young Doctor's Twist On Venture Capital Could Revolutionize Healthcare Innovation

Technology : Forbes: Tech

Even though change is looming, the healthcare industry has been slow at adopting new technologies. It could take years for new paradigms to be accepted and doctors often resist shifts in daily routines. Enter Dr. Dhaval Bhanusali, w...

Chinese Companies Are Changing the “State of the Internet”

Technology : Technology Review Editors' Blog

Venture capitalist Mary Meeker’s comprehensive Internet report shows how quickly Chinese companies are gaining online clout. The Internet evolves quickly and its “state” changes a lot in a year. One big shift highlighted in Kleiner ...

China just had a 'Black Monday'

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game

Stocks plummeted across China on Monday, with 500 stocks hitting their 10% daily limit and 1,200 falling 7%, according to the South China Morning Post. They're calling it another 'Black Monday' Analysts are blaming the panic on news...

Trump Issues China Ultimatum: Fix North Korea Now Or We Will

Business & Finance : Zero Hedge

With all eyes back on Syria this morning, President Trump stepped up his rhetoric in the other looming war he is involved in. Implying an ultimatum, he warned China... I have great confidence that China will properly deal with North...

CAA launches Chinese joint venture with CMC Capital

Business & Finance : Money & Co

Hollywood talent firm Creative Artists Agency is expanding its presence in China through a deal with CMC Capital Partners, a Beijing-based investment fund. The two companies will launch a joint venture called CAA China to capitalize...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC