Terwijl iedereen het heeft over de schuld van Griekenland, over Oxi en de Grexit, is aan de andere kant van de wereld een gigantische zeepbel gebarsten! De Shanghai beurs is ingestort, de prijzen van de Chinese aandelen zijn in vrije val. In drie weken tijd hebben ze 30% van hun waarde verloren. Net als het barsten van de Amerikaanse huizenbubbel in 2008 kan het instorten van de Chinese beurs gevolgen hebben voor de hele wereldeconomie! Vandaag dus wat economisch nieuws uit China, met dank aan Groene Wolf voor de waarschuwing.

Chinese tragedie op de aandelenmarkten

De Chinese tragedie op de aandelenbeurzen blijft aanhouden. In een maand tijd zijn al biljoenen verdampt. Wat is er aan de hand? Kan zelfs de Partij het tij niet keren? ‘De Chinese overheid is nu nóg meer gaan uitlenen om maar te zorgen dat die bubbel niet barst, maar dat is het slechtste wat je een land kunt aandoen.’

Inside China’s Stock Market Collapse
Gepubliceerd op 8 jul. 2015

July 8 — Morgan Stanley Investment Management’s Ruchi Sharma discusses the bubble in the Chinese stock market. He speaks on “Market Makers.”

China’s Economic Boom Is Busting

Fallout from China market rout spreads | FT Markets
Financial Times
Gepubliceerd op 8 jul. 2015

After doubling in the past seven months, China’s stock markets have now lost a third of their value. Government intervention has so far failed to staunch the losses. The FT’s Gabriel Wildau reports from Shanghai.

China’s stock market bubble has popped, so what’s next?

Verder lag de beurs op Wall Street gisteren een paar uur plat wegens een computerstoring. Of dat iets te maken heeft met de Chinese beurscrash is absoluut onduidelijk. Het zou een cyber-aanval kunnen zijn, maar misschien was er gewoon ergens kortsluiting. Het toont echter wel hoe kwetsbaar het huidige economische systeem is geworden. Niet langer draait dat om de productie van goederen en diensten, maar om aandelen, leningen en speculatie op de wereldmarkt.

Technical glitch shuts down New York Stock Exchange for hours

In de alternatieve media heeft vrijwel niemand het over deze beurscrash. Misschien komt dat nog… Alleen de World Socialist Website heeft er vandaag een artikel over:

China share rout hits global markets
By Nick Beams
9 July 2015

Chinese financial authorities have banned major shareholders, corporate executives and directors from selling their shares in listed companies for a period of six months. The ban is the latest in a series of increasingly desperate moves to try to halt the crash of the Chinese stock market, amid indications it is beginning to impact on the rest of the world.

Under the new regulations, investors holding more than 5 percent in a company have to keep their shares, while the ban on sales by executives and board members applies regardless of the size of their holdings.

The move was announced in the wake of a further decline in share prices yesterday, which saw the key Shanghai Composite Index close down by 5.9 percent, after losing as much as 8 percent during the course of the day. The Shenzen index also lost 2.5 percent. For more than a week, the government and financial authorities have unveiled a series of measures to try to boost markets, but all have failed.

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47 Reacties op “De Chinese beurscrash: 30% verlies”

  • Boudine:

    Gerald Celente – Trends In The News – “Chinese Rig Equity Markets… Again” – (8/4/15) duurt 16 minuten.

    Gepubliceerd op 5 aug. 2015

    “China announces more restrictions on short selling, US oil sector is leading up to 70,000 job cuts & Saudi Arabia has beheaded a total of 110 people in 2015!”.

  • Ben:

    Hi Boudine,

    5 economische indicatoren en die hebben niets met de beurs te maken zoals het ook hoort:

    Groeten, Ben

  • Boudine:

    De crisis in de Chinese economie begint nu zijn invloed te krijgen op de wereldmarkt. Het was zelfs even in het NOS journaal:

    China devalues yuan again while gold rises duurt 28 minuten.

    Lees in dit verband ook:

    US’s Saudi Oil Deal from Win-Win to Mega-Loose

    By F. William Engdahl

    August 10, 2015 “Information Clearing House” – “NEO” – Who would’ve thought it would come to this? Certainly not the Obama Administration, and their brilliant geo-political think-tank neo-conservative strategists. John Kerry’s brilliant “win-win” proposal of last September during his September 11 Jeddah meeting with ailing Saudi King Abdullah was simple: Do a rerun of the highly successful State Department-Saudi deal in 1986 when Washington persuaded the Saudis to flood the world market at a time of over-supply in order to collapse oil prices worldwide, a kind of “oil shock in reverse.” In 1986 was successful in helping to break the back of a faltering Soviet Union highly dependent on dollar oil export revenues for maintaining its grip on power.

    So, though it was not made public, Kerry and Abdullah agreed on September 11, 2014 that the Saudis would use their oil muscle to bring Putin’s Russia to their knees today.

    It seemed brilliant at the time no doubt.

  • Boudine:

    Gerald Celente – Trends In The News – “As We Predicted: Chinese Devalued Yuan” – (8/11/15) duurt 16 minuten.

  • Boudine:

    Could China Trigger the Crash of 2016? duurt 10 minuten.

  • Boudine:

    China devaluation fuels market turmoil
    By Nick Beams, 13 August 2015

    Financial markets around the world were in turmoil Wednesday as investors, speculators, analysts and pundits tried to assess the significance and implications of the devaluation of the Chinese currency and the establishment of a new mechanism to determine its daily rate. After a 2 percent decline on Tuesday, the renminbi (also known as the yuan) fell a further 1.6 percent yesterday.

    Markets were down across Asia as some currencies dropped to their lowest levels since the Asian financial crisis of 1997-98. The Malaysian ringgit fell by 2 percent to its lowest level since 1998, while the Indonesian rupiah dropped by 1.4 percent, taking it to a 17-year low. The Singapore and Taiwan dollars were also down, while the Vietnamese currency fell by 1 percent after financial authorities widened the band within which it can trade to 2 percent from a previous limit of 1 percent.

    Stock markets across Europe were also down significantly, reflecting fears that the devaluation may signify that the slowdown in the Chinese economy is more severe than previously thought and that a fall in the Chinese currency will add to deflationary pressures in the global economy.

    Is The Currency War Over? China Revalues Yuan 0.05% Stronger

    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 08/13/2015 21:22 -0400

    Heading into the China session, offshore Yuan signaled a 1% devaluation was on the cards. Of course, all media eyes were focused on the disaster in Tianjin but after 3 days of what was supposed to a ‘one-off’ adjustment, The PBOC has in fact surprised with a modestly stronger fix at 6.3975 from yesterday’s 6.4010 Fix. That leaves the CNY Fix devaluation to a 4.60% loss in 4 day. Of course, its a bit hypocritical of Americans or Europeans to regard the Chinese as mean and nasty and currency warriors because they’re letting their currency adjust against a constantly-devaluing dollar and euro. The US has been devaluing the dollar for years, but that’s a-ok for Wesrern commentators, apparently. It appears – judging by the opening devaluation and closing intervention – that China is as set on crushing the herd of one-way carry traders as any export-enhancing currency debasement.

  • Boudine:

    Devaluation of the Chinese Yuan Sends Markets into Flux duurt 11 minuten.

    Insluiten is uitgeschakeld.

    • Boudine:

      Dank je wel, Ben.

      What the Latest Currency ‘War’ is All About

      By Pepe Escobar

      August 13, 2015 “Information Clearing House” – “Sputnik” – It took the Bank of China to devaluate the yuan on two consecutive days — moving within the 2 percent band that it’s allowed to — for the proverbial global financial banshees to go completely bonkers.

      Forget the hysteria. The heart of the matter is that Beijing has stepped on the gas in a quite complex long game; to liberalize the yuan exchange rate; allow it to free float against the US dollar; and establish the yuan as a global reserve currency.

      So this is essentially exchange rate policy liberalization — not a currency “war”, as the frenetic spin goes from Washington/Wall Street to Tokyo via London and Brussels.

      In dit verband is het volgende artikel ook verhelderend:

      Peter Schiff Says Impending U.S. Dollar Collapse should be Getting Attention, not China’s Devaluation

      By Andrew Moran

      August 14, 2015 “Information Clearing House” – “Economic Collapse News”

      – Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital and bestselling author of “Crash Proof,” believes the impending collapse of the United States dollar should be getting the attention of investors and news outlets and not the devaluation of the Chinese yuan.

      Speaking in an interview with Newsmax TV on Tuesday, Schiff explained that the U.S. economy has an abundance of problems but China’s monetary policy (SEE: Donald Trump on China’s Devaluation: ‘They’re just destroying us’) isn’t one of them.

      The contrarian investor stated that China’s economy isn’t experiencing a freefall and the current devaluation is minuscule. He noted that the yuan’s value has substantially increased over the past several years compared to the U.S. dollar.

      “So this move was motivated not by the exchange rate between the yuan and the dollar, but between the yuan and all the other currencies because the dollars is in a bubble right now,” he said. “The dollar is very overvalued … and the dollar is a bubble. This dollar bubble is going to burst.”

  • Boudine:

    Peter Schiff on CNBC Futures Now 08-11-15

  • Boudine:

    Voor de liefhebber van valse vlaggen, complot theorieën en de ondergang van de New World Order, is dit wel een snoepje! Is het vermakelijk? Of is het waar? Luister en huiver!

    Monetary Warfare & The Tianjin China Event — Bill Holter duurt 28 minuten.

    Gepubliceerd op 16 aug. 2015

    What may go down as the biggest geopolitical false flag event since 9/11, the Tianjin, China explosions will remain a critical topic of conversation for some time because the Chinese government still cannot determine what caused the blast the melted more than 8,000 cars, multiple buildings and the deaths of more than 110 people, with 90 still missing and presumed dead. Bill Holter asks the question we have all been thinking, was it a tactical nuclear strike? Coming just a day or two after China’s devaluation of the Yuan, was the horrific blast which left a 3 acre crater in its path, as sign of what’s to come if China fully abandons the Dollar? It is rapidly becoming clear that something unconventional happened in Tianjin – which leads to the inevitable question: Has the monetary war gone nuclear?

  • Boudine:

    Ik zet het ook maar even hier, want uit een reactie van Groene Wolf blijkt dat de geruchten aanzwellen!

    BOMBSHELL: China and America already at war: Tianjin explosion carried out by Pentagon space weapon in retaliation for Yuan currency devaluation… Military helicopters now patrolling Beijing

    (NaturalNews) EXCLUSIVE: Mainland Chinese dissidents have handed Natural News the following bombshell story. (Two minor updates / corrections are now included in this story, see below.)

    The Tianjin explosion was waged as an act of “kinetic retaliation” by the Pentagon in response to China’s currency war Yuan devaluation, according to dissident sources from mainland China. The Chinese government has put in place unprecedented secrecy surrounding the mysterious explosion, and aggressive police state tactics are now being invoked to control the flow of information surrounding this event.

    A warning shot from the United States: Don’t crash the dollar or sell our debt

    Chinese dissidents have told Natural News they have reason to believe the attack on Tianjin is a warning shot from the United States, which is terrified that China is on the verge of announcing its own gold-backed currency while declaring a fire sale on U.S. debt holdings.

    The actions would collapse the U.S. dollar and destroy the U.S. economy, sending the United States into economic freefall. The “Rod of God” weapon deployment by the U.S. Pentagon, we’re told, was America’s “shot across the bow” to send a powerful warning message to China while disguising the attack as a domestic chemical explosion.

    • Boudine:

      Of het werkelijk waar is, weten we binnen enige dagen:

      Martial law will be declared across Beijing in the coming days, dissidents have told Natural News. Meanwhile, the Chinese government — which runs a massive state-controlled firewall that snoops into all internet traffic and blocks VPN access — has added “Tianjin” as a red flag keyword to its internet traffic filtering.

      Local police raids have already begun at the locations of bloggers and independent journalists who have attempted to report true stories on what really happened at Tianjin. The Chinese government is engaged in a total cover-up.

      Maar je kunt Martial law niet verborgen houden! 😉

  • Boudine:

    Bij deze de introductie bij een lang artikel. De Chinezen begrijpen wat Marx bedoelde! Ik heb zelden zo’n helder verhaal gelezen! Maar neem er wel even de tijd voor.

    One belt, one road

    General Qiao Liang’ speech, which we’ve been allowed to publish, was delivered at the University of Defense, China’s top military school. It casts a light on China’s new strategic thinking.
    This document, which general Qiao Liang has allowed us to publish, was delivered at the University of Defense, China’s top military school, where the general is in charge of the education curriculum for the officers. The speech therefore must have the endorsement of the leaders of the school and ultimately also of the president of the Military Commission, Mr. Xi Jinping.

    The document casts a light on China’s new strategic thinking. Beijing’s biggest challenge is not geopolitical but economic. This derives from a cold and cruel analysis of US behavior since 1944, the time of the Bretton Woods agreement, and more importantly since 1971, with the dollar decoupling from gold, and 1973 with the US imposing the use of the petro-dollar. Qiao Liang argues that the US goal in all these years was not just geopolitical; it was to accrue profits, and the US found a way, after the disastrously costly wars with North Korea and especially Vietnam, to make a profit out of regional crisis, with or without war. The general finds a dollar cycle of about 16 years: for 10 the US currency is weak, for 6 it is strong. The beginning of the strong dollar corresponds with a regional crisis that crashes a regional economy.
    However, the US failed in its latest attempt to create a regional crisis around China in 2012 because Beijing didn’t fall for the US trap and get drawn into conflict with Japan or the Philippines over the Senkaku or the Scarborough Shoals. Qiao Liang is confident that China will not fall for a regional crisis and believes that new dramatic changes are ahead of us. The new bit money, which could well grow to dominate world finance, is challenging old transaction processes, and 3D printing may dramatically change production methods. These changes create a situation totally new for everybody and here Qiao Liang says the US should collaborate with other countries.

    Therefore, according to this dispassionate analysis, China not only doesn’t see the necessity to fight a war but believes that a war directly or indirectly against America would be against Chinese national interests. It thinks that Washington will not fight Beijing for the next ten years, but to make sure that in ten years the US doesn’t change its mind, China must set its affairs in order and internationalize its currency, the RMB. This broad strategic vision also provides a deep justification for the ongoing anti-corruption campaign. China must hurry to overhaul its economy to face the risks of the next decade. If it doesn’t do it now, in a decade it could well be doomed.

    This analysis then leaves ample room for collaboration with the US on the future risks that both face. In this analysis, China is confident, assured, and has a clear direction. Economists may agree or disagree with the analysis of the dollar cycles, but what is most important is that this analysis changes the playing field for the Chinese military: shooting weapons becomes not as important as understanding and managing finance. This should also help American military and strategists to better understand Chinese thinking.

    Lees het hele artikel hier

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