May 10, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
Five ETFs For A China Bank Bubble
After starting out 2012 with a bang, economic uncertainties are once again creeping in from both sides of the Atlantic and equity markets around the globe appear to be losing steam and heading lower back towards where they started off the year. With Euro zone debt drama back in the spotlight, investors have seemingly brushed aside all other financial news. Perhaps one of the most overlooked developments is the mountain of debt that has been building up in China, leading many to worry that the Asian economic bellwether could soon face a financial crisis of its own [see also Will Gulf State ETFs Thrive From Oil Wealth?]. Infrastructure spending in China over the past few years has done wonders for bolstering investors’ confidence, however, an ugly debt crisis has been brewing in the background as well. A recent article from The Economist takes a closer look at the health of the Chinese banking system, [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Definitive Guide To China ETFs ETF Research Report Now Available: China ETFs In Focus Closer Look At The China A-Shares ETF (PEK) Daily ETF Roundup: UNG Continues Slide, FXI Jumps ProShares Files For More Leveraged ETFs: China, Biotech, Real Estate, Materials
After starting out 2012 with a bang, economic uncertainties are once again creeping in from both sides of the Atlantic and equity markets around the globe appear to be losing steam and heading lower back towards where they started off the year. With Euro zone debt drama back in the spotlight, investors have seemingly brushed aside all other financial news. Perhaps one of the most overlooked developments is the mountain of debt that has been building up in China, leading many to worry that the Asian economic bellwether could soon face a financial crisis of its own [see also Will Gulf State ETFs Thrive From Oil Wealth?].  Infrastructure spending in China over the past few years has done wonders for bolstering investors’ confidence, however, an ugly debt crisis has been brewing in the background as well. A recent article from The Economist takes a closer look at the health of the Chinese banking system, [...]

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