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China’s Banking System is On the Verge of Collapse

Rising mortgage delinquencies are threatening to crash China’s banking system and trigger another global financial crisis. Making matters worse, the U.S. economy is also slowing down along with inflationary pressures, much to the surprise of many experts.

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  1. I've seen companies that nobody even understands how they've stayed in business still in business 20 years later (JCPenny), this will pass. This systems only collapse in the expectation of a fair system, that's not how reality works for dominant powers until they themselves collapse. They'll engineer crises, launch interventions and do all sorts of activities not captured by a linear field like economics. Let's not forget the US didn't beat the Soviet Union, the Soviets were puss** who backed down and didn't incinerate half the world. Imagining countries failing that are powerful is like imagining becoming a billionaire by working 9-5, very very logical as in a game. Perhaps Taiwan can be a pretext, or some other intervention.

  2. Thx again, but damn you have many fake accounts on twitter, a whole bunch of them started to follow me after I followed you… very good copies of your profile, only the twitter addy stands out with small errors…

  3. 7% npl ratio is similar to what happened in the US in 2010. There will soon be opportunities in the Chinese real estate market. The tricky part is selecting the companies that will survive.

  4. Ohh yea Steve, from bad to worse…really?

    You should be very worried about China

    In July 2022

    China sold 2.4 million cars

    Thats 10X more than Germany sold

    And BMW opened it's THIRD factory in China

    China is GM's LARGEST market. If it wasn't in China, it wouldn't even exist today

    China hit a record $101 billion trade surplus in July

    2021 AND 2022 inbound FDI continue to INCREASE
    according to the American Chamber survey of members in China, despite all the worries, their investment INTO China is UP 30%

    And FDI INTO Hong Kong, the place China is supposedly ruining?

    That's at a new record high too

    Are there downward pressures in China's real estate market. Definitely yes but they are a small % of the total market. 90% of Chinese households OWN their home and they don't have too much mortgage debt. The # of buyers caught up in builder problems is SMALL. The # of account holders caught up in a rural bank problem is SMALL.

    But don't listen to me, listen to Steve, China's economy is collapsing Now Now Now! It's coming! Really!

  5. Don't make your wishful thinking a news.

    I know the east is your enemy, but at least be a professional when it comes to your audience, all of your audience ain't American and European.

  6. Steve, prices are not going lower by much that will make any difference. Prices will move back higher soon for gas especially when China invades Taiwan which is right around the corner in my view. This bear market rally is already losing steam and the idiots fomoing into this are going to be utterly destroyed with a month

  7. Dollars shortage is a real problem, and it gets exacerbated when the dollar is high. Countries with Treasuries chose not to sell them when it's rising. When countries are exporters to the USA the return them by buying Treasuries, driving rates lower. When countries are not exporters, but need them to say buy oil, they hoard them. It's like monopoly. Some players spend them, while some wait to spend them, the time between each action limits their availability.

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  9. It's my interpretation that Xi raised capitalization requirements in an attempt to reduce long term structural risk. Now some banks are overexposed and Xi seems to be willing to let them fail. Unlike America whose successive administrations appear happy to continue to kick the can down the road. It seems the end goal is to absorb up as many durable assets as possible until the monetary system explodes from unlimited money faucet.

    Also people think 350 billion is huge but that’s only 300 dollars from each citizen's pocket. And don't forget the bailout was 700 billion from a population of 350 million. In a Democratic system no less, but the people certainly did not get to vote on that bill.

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