GTR’s China Trade & Commodity Finance Conference returns for its fourth year, now a highlight on the calendar having cemented itself as the only such event for the Chinese market.
With over 200 of the region’s trade finance experts, business leaders and trade bodies expected in attendance, discussions will look to address the key issues affecting both the Chinese trade and export community and those seeking to do business with Asia’s prevalent industrial leader.
“GTR are top of their class in bringing together all trade service providers to discuss topical issues across global markets, allowing networking opportunities and plenty of takeaways for individual shareholders.”
N Siddiqui, Barclays
“A great source to get a pulse on the current market place.”
P Chee, Trade Technologies
The panic hasn't even started!
As ordinary citizens with no power over the levers of policy, we watch from the sidelines, and weep. The whole global economy has tipped into a downward spiral. Trade and output are contracting at rates that outstrip the leisurely depression of the 1930s. Debt deflation has simply washed over the drastic measures taken by governments everywhere.
Judging by the latest Merrill Lynch survey of fund managers, investors have a touching faith that China is going to rescue us all and re-ignite the commodity boom
Get ready for higher long term interest rates
Higher U.S. interest rates will be due to:
1. Higher inflation; cheaper dollar. T-buyers are demanding a higher
interest rate to compensate for inflation and the falling dollar.This
inflation is caused by higher world commodity prices and is outside
control by the Fed Reserve.
2. Foreign sovereign funds are pulling out of U.S. Treasuries. The
Chinese economics minister and OPEC spokesman and others have already
announced this pull back Foreigners, who own more than half of our $9.5