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Is Asia About To Lead The Crash? Japan’s Exports Fall, Trade Deficit Widens, China Flash PMI In Contraction For 11 Months And INDEX FALLS 1%

 
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Is Asia About To Lead The Crash? Japan’s Exports Fall, Trade Deficit Widens, China Flash PMI In Contraction For 11 Months And INDEX FALLS 1%
Is Asia About To Lead The Crash? Japan’s Exports Fall, Trade Deficit Widens, China Flash PMI In Contraction For 11 Months And INDEX FALLS 1%, APPROACHES 2009 LOW


Japan’s exports fall 5.8%, trade deficit widens

China Flash PMI Prints ‘Not Bad Enough’ But Still In Contraction For 11 Months


**Pop goes the Chinese bubble: CHINA TOP 10 LISTED BANKS’ OVERDUE LOANS REACH 489B YUAN END-1H, RISE FROM 112.9B YUAN END-2011: PWC

**The Chinese Stock Market Is Selling Off After The Dismal Manufacturing Report

**China's Delinquent Loans Rise 333% Since End 2011

Markets Should Get Over The ‘Hype’ About The Chinese Stimulus

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The key question of whether the Asian markets can both signal, and then lead a general downturn is already answered by history: yes. The Asian financial crisis of 1997 gripped most of Asia from July 1997, and raised fears of a worldwide economic meltdown due to financial contagion. At the time, the much smaller size of Asian stock markets, and lower integration prevented the crisis from spilling over to the west. This is no longer the case.


Read more at [link to investmentwatchblog.com]

Last Edited by waht on 09/20/2012 12:32 AM