Author: greendragon

Are we to expect another financial crisis post 2012? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-2-26 13:21:13 |Display all floors

Reply #9 satsu_jin's post

okay you are correct.....

it's 21% instead of 8%.....
didn't pop the calculator....

sorry!


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Post time 2010-3-4 13:10:19 |Display all floors

Let's paint the 2012 scenerios possible?

What can happen in 2012?


any volunteers?
Mr. totodog already said, gold price US$1,400 an ounce!

ha ha ha


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Post time 2010-3-4 14:12:40 |Display all floors

Okay.....now we have other inputs from other threads...

Trade issues pops up.....
Burgeoning Dollar mints......
World Trade dependencies....
New economic coalition of nations....(latin America, New Middle Kingdom, South Asian)

change of strategy by the American Government in creating credit....

hmmmmm


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Post time 2010-3-4 14:40:41 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-3-4 15:12



If everything remains peaceful around the Pacific Rim, and personally I have no doubt about it, we'll see little change or not much different from what we see right now. In spite of an occasional hick-up China will further grow, trade with SE Asia, due to the existing FTA,  will improve and become much more important and perhaps a FTA between CN, KR and JP is on the horizon.

Tensions about the D. L.  will decrease, not because this guy's dreams come true, but because he'll be 77 years old and his policy of separation will not have the backing from the west as before. This could have a positive effect on Sino-Indian relations but that's just speculation.

What I do NOT see is any major conflict between China and the U.S. - Of course there is still the island question to be settled but I have a good feeling about it.

Economy in general - China remains the strongest export nation, recovery has taken place in the U.S. , Japan and Europe and they're back on track although with a far smaller growth than Asian economies and
China's strongest growth will come from the domestic market, health insurance will be common for all of her citizens and we'll see some reforms in China's political system although nothing that the west dreams of.

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Post time 2010-3-5 14:23:56 |Display all floors

Reply #13 satsu_jin's post

Really dependent on EXPECTATION MANAGEMENT game now!

There would be distrust between the 5 big powers,
and there would be strong alliance between the Asian Trade Route group, and big 2nd tier states like Brazil, Mexico, Persia, Turkey, India!

it wouldn't be easy for China otherwise, no matter how many mentally sick advisers might say!


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Post time 2010-3-8 13:43:36 |Display all floors

Oil price for Brent now US$80 per barrel.....

....and we know the British PM has been to Chile, that cause a rebound in copper prices....

THE BRITISH are at it again!
There are trying to profit from the global situation!
I wonder why they are destroying the value of the British Pound? (by public pronouncements as well!)

hmmmm


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Post time 2010-3-8 14:32:44 |Display all floors

Reply #16 Kbay's post

you too, BIG EYE BOY!

SO, let's party and be prepared....
bubbles here - maybe, piigs problem in europe, UK funny going-ons, USA minting, burgeoning value of stock market in the Asian Trade Route states - hmmmm

maybe we have a GREEN energy trend too!
so much investment, gigantic solar cells facilities all over....
air turbine makers all over...

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