Posts Tagged ‘Beijing’

China to Tighten Limits on Rare Earth Exports

The reduction in quotas is the latest in a series of measures by Beijing that has gradually curtailed much of the world’s supply of rare earth minerals. View full post on Business Stories

News Analysis: Sitting Out the China Trade Battles

Western companies, eager for access to China, are loath to cry foul even amid evidence that Beijing may be flouting international trade laws. View full post on Business Stories

China To Set Tight Monetary Policy

Linda Young – AHN News Writer Beijing, China (AHN) – China announced its intent to tighten its monetary policy in 2011 in a shift from relatively loose to a prudent stance, a sign that it might hike interest rates. In 2008, China responded to the global economic policy by loosening its then tight monetary policy. […]

China Stocks On Six-Month High On Profits, Commodities

Lawrence Mijares – AHN News Contributor Shanghai, China (AHN) – The Shanghai Composite Index advanced 76.38, or 2.6 percent, to 3,051.42 at the 3 p.m. close, the highest since April 16. The increase in profit is due to the continuous weakening of the U.S. dollar and rising commodity prices due to increased consumer demand where […]

Comparing Chinese and American Stock Markets – Hunt For a Better Investment Hub

In the tough time of slowdown the world economy is affected badly. Similar effects can be easily seen on the stock market. The stock exchanges of the west are more or less on the same level. Recession has cracked the whole craze of trading and investing in the stock markets.