China Says NO MONEY PRINTING, Stocks DROP! Surprised?

Hmmm… No more money printing. No more stimulus. Economy is doing better than expected. Something smells fishy…

 

China has been addicted to stimulus. Does that sound familiar to you? Just about every country seems to be doing this now. It’s absurdity to think that monetary stimulus measures can actually fix any problems and yet they’re all doing so. Today we’re watching a change in rhetoric by China and immediately, stocks dropped on the news. Is that really a surprise?

 

China leaders vow to reform, not to stimulate, economy as trade deal with US nears | South China Morning Post

www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3006951/china-leaders-vow-reform-not-stimulate-economy-trade-deal-us

China: Stocks fall from 13-month high on worries Beijing may slow policy easing, Stocks – THE BUSINESS TIMES

www.businesstimes.com.sg/stocks/china-stocks-fall-from-13-month-high-on-worries-beijing-may-slow-policy-easing

tradingeconomics.com/china/central-bank-balance-sheet

China issues record new loans in the first quarter of 2019 as Beijing battles slowing economy amid trade war | South China Morning Post

www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3005957/china-issues-record-new-loans-first-quarter-2019-beijing

China issues record new loans in the first quarter of 2019 as Beijing battles slowing economy amid trade war | South China Morning Post

www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3005957/china-issues-record-new-loans-first-quarter-2019-beijing

China, Japan a Step Closer to Cross-List Exchange-Traded Funds – BNN Bloomberg

www.bnnbloomberg.ca/china-japan-a-step-closer-to-cross-list-exchange-traded-funds-1.1247309

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www.bnnbloomberg.ca/polopoly_fs/1.1247310.1555914290!/fileimage/httpImage/image.png_gen/derivatives/landscape_620/bc-china-japan-a-step-closer-to-cross-list-exchange-traded-funds.png

 

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