Trade War: An End to China’s Currency Stability
In mid-May, U.S. President Donald Trump eased some restrictions on the Chinese technology giant, Huawei, and the United States and…
This Is Only Act One of U.S.-China Trade Tension
The rising tit-for-tat trade skirmishes between the U.S. and China are giving stock markets serious jitters, as well they should….
The Rise of China as a Global Political Powerhouse
Speaking at CME Group’s 2017 Global Financial Leadership Conference (GFLC) in the session on “Globalism, Populism, and the Wave to…
Should China and the U.S. Be Economic Partners?
China’s economy is decelerating and financial and commodity market participants are worried about the prospect of a recession in the…
The Global Economy in 2014: A Stronger Growth Path?
As we prepare for 2014, the world economic scene is evolving yet again with stronger growth potential in the U.S. and U.K., China encouraging market forces, and the European banking system still dragging down the continent.