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Nation-Building and Stock Market Bubbles in China

May the leaders of the People's Republic of China continue to successfully hold their grip on the pulse of the world's second largest economy?  With help from America, China transformed itself into a world power. This writer discusses the economic policy balancing act that China's rulers must continue in order to perpetuate their hegemony. Also, the question is considered whether the 30% decline in the Shanghai stock market may be a buying opportunity or the last chance to sell Chinese stocks.

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The Odds of a U.S. Stock Market Panic – Or of an Economic Renewal

Directional moves in the Chinese stock market may act as the "canary in the coal mine,"  for our stock market. Its direction may precede changes in trend in our market. John Reizner addresses in this post whether or not financial market conditions are simliar in form today to those right before the crash. He cites part of his prescient 2007 article written before the financial crisis where he noted an unsupported speculation in the stock market.

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Why the Stock Market May have Collapsed Months before Barack Obama was Elected President

Background: I remember in February 2007, the Shanghai market cracked, and ours followed sharply downward the next day. However, both our markets and the Shanghai Exchange snapped back shortly thereafter as quickly as they had fallen.
 

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