Trade War: Can the US Trump Xi?

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Latest Trade War Insights

  • AAC Technologies (2018-hk): Heading Towards January High

    AAC Technologies (2018-hk), has rebounded more than 60% from March low, exceeding our previous forecast made in June.

  • China A50 Index (Short Term): A Signal To Enter Bull Market

    China A50 Index (CFD) skyrocketed around 9.8% yesterday and also broke above the 2015 high around 15000. In fact, China's Shanghai composite index closed up 5.7% yesterday and rebounded more than 20% from March low. It indicates that the index is entering a bull market.

  • Hong Kong Exchange (388.HK) Extends Its Upmove On The Improving Market Sentiment

    Hong Kong Exchange (388.HK) jumped 9% last week, while China's Shanghai Composite index soared 6.5%. Overseas investors would use Hong Kong Exchange's stock connection to invest China's market. The northbound capital inflow to buy China's stock accumulated to 160 billion yuan for the week ended July 3, comparing the outflow of 67.9 billion yuan in March.....

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