Interview: Biden’s Actions Driving Russia and China Together

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Despite the bullish talk, Wall Street has China reservations

Any fool, with a bit of luck, can make a spectacular return by betting on a coin flip. Yet they risk losing everything in the process. The ultimate outcome for investors is a high return adjusted for the risk associated with it, an idea most famously captured by the “Sharpe ratio”. This divides the expected […]

FirstFT: Singapore’s GIC scales back China investments

Good morning. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT newsletter. Sign up to our Asia, Europe/Africa or Americas edition to get it sent straight to your inbox every weekday morning Singapore’s GIC, one of the world’s largest investors in private equity funds, has scaled back commitments to China-focused private equity and venture capital […]

China is paralysing global debt-forgiveness efforts

Given that his country is on the brink, Mohammad Ishaq Dar, Pakistan’s economy minister, is strangely serene. In the week to January 20th, his government burned through a quarter of its dollar reserves, leaving $3.5bn to cover loan repayments and imports that will probably come to more than twice that in the first quarter of […]

China: House Divided | AIER

There have been claims that China’s enormous economic growth and widely shared prosperity are the result of turning to capitalism. I think this is not true; China is not capitalist. Of course, that depends on having a definition of capitalism that is clear, and that does not simply apply to all nations. It also requires […]

Beijing’s top economic adviser tells Davos CEOs ‘China is back’

China’s vice-premier Liu He privately met a group of top corporate executives in Davos to tell them that the world’s second-largest economy is back, in an effort to rekindle economic ties damaged by the pandemic and tensions with the US. Executives at the lunch said Liu’s message had fuelled renewed optimism about the prospects for […]

As China reopens and data surprises, economists are starting to get less gloomy

The European Central Bank is expected to continue raising rates aggressively in the short-term as the euro zone economy proves more resilient than anticipated. Haussmann Visuals | Moment | Getty Images After China’s reopening and a deluge of positive data surprises in recent weeks, economists are upgrading their previously gloomy outlooks for the global economy. […]