• Posts Tagged ‘China’

    Yuan and Investments Outward Bound

    by  • June 25, 2015 • IRIS Commentary

    The Chinese yuan has strengthened to a point where some economists have indicated as reasonably priced. From a Chinese perspective, the increased buying power of the yuan means cheaper overseas travel for tourism, cheaper overseas goods right down to cheaper takeovers of foreign assets. The outflow of funds includes overseas citizenship applications with personal...

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    Still Too Early To Call It A Recovery

    by  • January 18, 2013 • IRIS Commentary

    In our previous posting, we indicated that there could be a likely improvement in the 4th Qtr and it seems like our prediction was right. GDP grew by 7.8% for the year as recovery in industrial production and exports led to an increase in 4th Qtr growth of 7.9% that was slightly better than...

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