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Uwe Parpart, managing director & head of research at Reorient Financial Markets, thinks lower industrial earnings are a positive sign of increasing wages in China, which will crucially help fuel domestic demand.
Legendary economist and investor Burton Malkiel talks about the importance of emerging markets now and in the future; whether China’s economic weight is sufficiently represented in the financial markets; and how soon it will overtake the US as the world’s leading financial economy.
Bob Froehlich, senior managing director at The Hartford Mutual Funds, gives tips on the best way to invest in China.
AlphaShares Chief Investment Officer Burton Malkiel offers strategies for investing in China.
Burton Malkiel, Princeton University economics professor, and Christian Magoon, president of Claymore Securities, discuss the launch of a new ETF that tracks a basket of Chinese companies.
The world is all in a dither about there being 7-plus billion people now living on this Earth. But the only people who seem to matter at the moment, really, are the 1.3 billion living, working and consuming in China right now.
That leaves us asking: What sort of investment opportunities are emerging here in the U.S. and in China given current conditions?