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”

  • Ben:

    Hi Boudine,

    Gelukkig heeft dit geen invloed op de echte economie en dat is dat wat tot stand komt via arbeid en natuur. Ben wel benieuwd hoe de Chinezen gaan reageren. Geld met geld verdienen is tenslotte diefstal en als een stel dieven wat geld verliezen, gaat er niet echt wat mis. De enige echte vraag is dus hoe de gewone, eerlijke mensen hier zo weinig mogelijk last van hebben.

    Groeten, Ben

    • Boudine:

      Beste Ben,
      De echte economie lijkt helaas minder waard dan de schulden!
      Er werd nog slechts geld verdiend met geld, maar als de banken instorten, dan stopt ook de productie. Zie het huidige Griekenland. Als er geen geld meer rondgaat, dan staat ook de stroom van goederen stil.
      In mijn tuin staan nog tuinbonen (erg lekker!), maar daar kan ik niet van leven… Wie wel?

    • Boudine:

      Dank je wel, Groene Wolf. Zoals je weet, geloof ik niet in God, maar in de Godin. Ik weet ook dat het grootkapitaal voornamelijk in handen is van Joden, dus misschien houden zij zich wel aan de Joodse wet en laten ze op de laatste dag van het sabbat-jaar de beurs crashen.
      Op 13 september a.s. weten we of dat klopt, of op de 14e, want 13 september valt op een zondag en op zaterdag werken de Joden niet. 😉

  • Ben:

    Als ik het volgende artikel lees, is er weinig aan de hand in China:

    Groeten, Ben

  • Boudine:

    China stock market crash: ‘Not a catastrophe, but rather very serious problem’

    Gepubliceerd op 10 jul. 2015

    In China, stock markets are recovering from days of investor panic which have seen massive sell-offs.
    The crisis forced the country’s stock exchange regulator to impose severe limits on share trading.
    We asked Liu Baocheng, from the Centre for International Business Ethics, whether the government should be getting so heavily involved.

  • Groene Wolf:
    Er heerst paniek in China. De Chinese authoriteiten willen niet dat er slecht nieuws naar buiten komt.

  • Boudine:

    Counting the Cost – Has China’s stock market bubble burst? De eerste 12 minuten gaan over China.

  • Boudine:

    Gerald Celente – Trends In The News – “No Real Cure For Chinese Meltdown” – (7/9/15) duurt 16 minuten.

    “China bans major investors from cutting their stakes for 6 months, iron ore is at it’s lowest price in almost a decade & the UK’s George Osborne talks about military spending!”

  • Boudine:

    Twee oudere afleveringen van Gerald Celente gaan ook over de Shanghai-crash. Celente zag het aankomen!

    Gerald Celente – Trends In The News – “China Does Business. US Loves War” – (6/25/15) (25 juni 2015)

    “The Shanghai markets declined almost 17% within a week, cash continues to flow out of developing markets & have you ever drank Obama coffee? An Israeli Interior Minister’s wife says the coffee is “black and weak.”‘

    Gerald Celente – Trends In The News – “The Panic Is On!” – (6/29/15) (29 juni 2015)

    “China lowered their interest rates over the weekend, investors within Greece are in panic mode & the hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton on gay marriage. They all do the flip flop!”

  • Boudine:

    De Shanghai stock exange gaat niet meer omhoog. De zeepbel lijkt gebarsten!

    China’s Market Falls: a New Global Financial Crisis Next?

    China’s two main stock markets, the Shanghai and the Shenzhen Exchanges, plunged more than 30% in recent weeks from their previous record highs of June 12. The Shanghai dropped 30%, and the tech-stock heavy Shenzhen by 37%. That’s the steepest stock decline in China since 1992.

    The markets briefly stabilized on July 9. But the question remains, will they continue their free fall again, as they had after several previous brief stabilization efforts since June 12? And what does it mean for China if they do? Or for the global economy in turn, given that China’s economy is at least as large as the USA’s and, by some measures, now larger? If the collapse resumes, does it signal the start of another global financial crisis?

    If the China stock market rout continues, it may likely spillover to China’s real economy and slow it still more than it has already. The contagion could spread to other financial markets in China—housing, local government debt, bonds and loans for industrial companies, all of which have recently continued to struggle with excess debt, speculation, and bubbles. The loss of $4 trillion in wealth so far will undoubtedly have an effect on consumer spending that China’s new economic reforms program is counting so heavily on to lead economic growth in the near term. The collapse of stock prices will discourage private sector investment as well.

  • Ben:

    Pepe Escobar:
    From one of my top Chinese diaspora readers, and sometimes source – he knows everything that is to know about Chinese capital moving about as well as Beijing’s development strategies. This a propos my RT piece on the Chinese stock market correction:
    “The fact is the world’s biggest block of netizens is in China and that means light speed transmission of news, gossip, and trends. So you should expect any retreat to be faster and bigger than anywhere in the west. Well the monkeys who write the wire-service report are scared stiff by numbers they have never encountered before. So they were suddenly sure China was imploding. Now after the fact some turn around and say China should not have intervened with meausre when authorities exactly should have done something to show care. That was just a confidence measure which worked. Meanwhile the fundamentals are there for real wealth creation.
    The fact that China’s economy should be looked at with a new sophisticated consideration for the various sectors that are new and higher value versus legacy industries which are shifting to feeder nations. So the 7% came in ahead of Chinese leaders’ expectations because of a stabilization of housing market and the increase of consumer spending that range from 10 to nearly 12%. Online trade grw 39-40%. The devil is in the details and the details are available, published. It is just that most of the Jingo press have louzy and lazy scholarship.”

    Groeten, Ben

  • Boudine:

    BRICS Countries are ready for De-Dollarization

  • Boudine:

    Is China’s Bubble About To Burst? Look Out US! duurt 11 minuten.

  • Boudine:

    Volgens Celente is de hele wereldeconomie nu vertraagd:

    Gerald Celente – Trends In The News – ” Neo Feudal America: Behave Or Else!” duurt een kwartier.

    Gepubliceerd op 24 jul. 2015

    “Billion of dollars of shareholder value was erased from the worlds largest mining companies”, “global trade during the first 5 months of the year experienced the sharpest drop off since the financial crisis” & police jail an innocent woman for not using her turn signal. She hung herself in jail. Sound fishy? You decide.”

    • Boudine:

      Dank je wel, Ben. Dat was verhelderend! In China heerst nog steeds het socialisme en kapitalisme is slechts toegestaan zolang het de bevolking ten goede komt. Zo hoort het ook.

  • Boudine:

    Maar, Ben, als de regering van China de touwtjes zo strak in handen heeft, waarom blijft die beurs dan maar dalen en dalen??? En die daling heeft kennelijk wel degelijk invloed op de wereldmarkt!

    Chinese stock market suffers biggest one-day sell-off since 2007
    By Andre Damon
    28 July 2015

    China’s stock market suffered its biggest one-day sell-off since 2007 on Monday, with share values plunging by more than 8.5 percent.

    Panic selling triggered the automatic suspension of trading for over 1,000 companies, leading Chinese financial authorities to announce a new round of share purchases in an attempt to stop the rout. However, Chinese stock indexes continued to fall in early trading on Tuesday.

    The plunge in the Chinese market sparked a global run on both stocks and commodities. Share prices in Europe fell by more than 2 percent. In the US, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 117 points, or 0.73 percent, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq declined by nearly 1 percent.

    • Ben:

      Hi Boudine,

      Goeie vraag en ik heb ook niet het antwoord. Als Marxist snap ik in ieder geval dat de aandelenmarkt niets te maken heeft met de echte economie. De Chinese economie volgt Marx in deze zeer strikt en de Chinese regering is dus ook zeer goed ingevoerd in deze materie. Hoe zij concreet invulling daaraan geven, daar gaat het dus om. Als ik iets tegen kom, zal ik het hier plaatsen.

      Grpeten, Ben

  • Boudine:

    Ben, dit artikel op Washingtons blog verklaart het misschien een beetje:

    Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble: When Authorities Buy Assets to Prop Up Markets

    The Central Planners can keep the market cauldron bubbling by buying assets hand over fist, but once they lower the fire of their buying, the bubbling stops and the market crashes.

    The Central Planners who thought that buying shares to prop up the stock bubble was an excellent fix are about to find out the true meaning of toil and trouble. Double, double, bubble, bubble, double trouble. The magical incantation isn’t about saving markets, it’s about destroying them.

  • Boudine:

    Celente begint met China, gaat dan naar de wereldpolitiek en eindigt met de daling van vrijwel alles op de beurzen.

    Gerald Celente – Trends In The News – “Panic In The Markets, Panic In the Air” – (7/27/15) duurt 17 minuten.

    The Chinese Dream Plows Onward: The Truth About China’s Stock Market

    The Financial Times, a London newspaper which functions as a more serious publication of economic analysis, has admitted that the cause of the Chinese stock market crash wasn’t Xi Jinping’s regulations, but rather, a lack thereof. An article in the July 14th issue says that the cause of the crash was irresponsible practices from various “fund matching corporations.” The Financial Times writes: “Since they were not subject to regulation, fund-matching companies permitted higher leverage and lower barriers entry.”

    The Financial Times also revealed another interesting tidbit of information. In the United States, 55% of the population is currently somehow invested in the stock market, and would be directly affected in the case of a financial crash. In China, less than 6% of the population is tied into the Stock Exchange. A crash on Wall Street would have exponentially larger consequences for the US than the recent crash has had in China. Despite its large private sector, Chinese society remains mostly insulated from fluctuations of the market.

    Furthermore, even in the direct aftermath of the crash, China still reached its quarterly goal of 7% growth. The world was expecting that, finally, the crash and much heralded “slow down” that preceded it, would somehow dramatically halt the powerful juggernaut of China’s state-controlled economy. However, it didn’t happen. China still reached its quarterly 7% growth goal.

    The Financial Times now reports that, “Emergency measures designed to curb market free fall in the Chinese Stock market last week apparently succeeded in stabilizing the market.” Essentially, less than a week after the dramatic financial episode, the Communist Part controlled economy has whipped the market back into order. The vast plans for government construction of trains, irrigation systems, and other modernizations are plowing ahead.

    First appeared:

  • Boudine:

    Gerald Celente, 30 juli 2015

    China Stock Market Crash Will Hurt Commodity Exporters Like Russia

    As we wrote in last week’s Trend Alert, the world’s second largest economy, “China – in midst of an economic slowdown, an equity market calamity and trying to keep its real estate bubble from bursting – absorbs some 50 percent of copper, iron ore and coal exports. Thus, nations rich in commodity resources, such as Canada, Australia, Brazil, Venezuela, Peru, Russia, Nigeria, Angola, Chile and Indonesia, are in recession or heading into one as demand for their exports declines worldwide.”

    China Syndrome

    It’s a fact. Commodity prices have crashed and a corresponding currency crisis are clear trend lines leading to more than just stock market mayhem; it portends global economic turmoil and social/geopolitical instability.

    En een heel andere mening:

    Spotlight: China boosts world economy via investment, capacity cooperation

    Xinhua – As growth has become a scarcity for world economy since the international financial crisis struck in 2008, China is harnessing global economic growth by leading regional development, promoting capacity cooperation and establishing multilateral investment institutions.

    China experienced a second-quarter economic growth of 7 percent at a time when the country actively seeks a slowdown in pace and focuses more on efficiency of its economy, making it still the main driver for the world economy.

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has estimated that China contributed to global economic growth by 27.8 percent, higher than the U.S. contribution of 15.3 percent. The institution expects the Chinese figure to grow to 28.5 percent this year.

    Shrinking demand caused by the international financial crisis has forced China to alter its traditional way of contributing to world economy mainly by foreign trade.

    As a result, the world’s second largest economy has changed its role from beneficiary of world trade to creator of new models of cooperation and from a commodity supplier to global market to a capital provider, innovating and upgrading the way it contributes to world economy while maintaining a stable growth in its contribution.

  • Boudine:

    Chinese Economy Crashes To 2-Year Low; China Stocks Plunge, Asian Stocks Test 2015 Lows

    Yet again the endless reasurance from the talking heads of the world is proven fallacious as the crash in China’s stock market has apparently crashed its economy. China’s Manufacturing PMI final print for July collapsed to 47.8 – its lowest since July 2013. The reaction is not pretty. China is down 4-8% from Friday’s highs (led by high beta high-flyers in ChiNext), most Asian markets are down 2-3%, and the broad MSCI Asia Ex-Japan index is once again testing the lowest levels of 2015. But apart from that, China is contained…

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