With the US confirmed to have a second person infected with coronavirus in Chicago last Friday, the stock market retrieved substantially. S&P 500 index has the worst one day drop since October last year (Chart A). Even though the World Health Organization did not decide the current coronavirus a global health emergency on the last … Continue reading Will the Stock Market Catch the Flu this round?
As the trade war between the US and China is cooling off, global stock markets have been all rushing to the top without taking a breath. This has made those who missed the opportunity to jump in during the big pull back caused by Trump’s accidental tweeting greatly disappointed. However, I have to assure … Continue reading Preparing for a Better Future
President Trump finally has signed the phase one trade war truce with China on Thursday, December 12th, 2019. After the release of the news, US markets flew off and never looked back ever since. Some of the most significant questions conservative investors are asking now are such as, what is the significance? Does it signify … Continue reading After Signing the First Phase Trade Agreement, Now What?
In October Market Outlook article, I have mentioned the Malaysia market index has shown an obvious bearish direction and wasn’t looking very bright in the near future. In that article, I have called those who are not so certain the Malaysia economy can sustain external headwind may opt to quit Malaysia market at the rebound … Continue reading Malaysia Market Outlook
Last Sunday, May 5th, President Trump of the US twisted in 102 words that he is going to raise tariff rate to 25% from 10% for Chinese good import value of USD 200 billion starting from Friday. This twister message has reportedly wiped out more than 13 billion USD from the worldwide stock market in … Continue reading Don’t Panic, It’s not the End of the World Yet!
In order to meet the demand of fair trade from the US, National People’s Congress of China ended last Friday with a ceremonial endorsement of a law that addresses specific issues the foreign business community has long complained about, such as intellectual property protection. However, critics from the US said that such act was correctly … Continue reading What does it Mean a Fair-Trade Deal?
Finally the long awaited moment of trade war in greater measure between the two largest economies in the world has been reviewed on September 19th 2018. Both US and China has announced their respective tariff measures against each other. Surprisingly the extent of the tariff is lesser than what the world has expected. US has … Continue reading Golden Investment Opportunity in 2018