CHINA STOCK MARKET CRASH – Average Chinese People Talk China Stock Market Collapse

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CHINA STOCK MARKET CRASH – Average Chinese People Talk China Stock Market Collapse

China’s market downfall has been dramatic and painful for the investors involved. But so far there has been little immediate impact on the rest of the world, because China tightly limits foreign investment in mainland stocks.

China’s stock markets are, for the most part, a mom and pop affair—about 80% of the trading that happens in Shanghai and Shenzhen is done by Chinese individuals. They represent at most 14% of the total Chinese population. The stock market crash in China is a test of President Xi Jinping’s stated goal of reducing the government’s dominant role in the economy. So far, his government has reverted to its traditional command-and-control approach to financial matters. china “stock market” beijing trading market collapse bubble investor investment bank banking savings “savings account” “binary trading” “binary options” “trading platform” bonds 2015 2016 insurance pension “real estate” “bank account” “hong kong” knowledge college rich wealthy millionaire business “china yuan” RMB forex “forex trading” interest debt credit “credit card” loan import “china wholesale” usa america “united states” entertainment trends society social currency gold silver “perth mint” “gold bullion” “silver coins” “elite nwo agenda” sheep sheeple society global reset gerald celente new world order one world currency bank of china gold backed currency end times jim rogers alex jones marc faber max keiser david icke blood moon september october prepare anonymous jade helm 15 daboo77 daboo7 montagraph jsnip4 rawdogletard coast to coast am prank rant

A stock market crash, slow-motion or quick, is likely to stir social unrest, which the Chinese government fears. But bailing out investors is likely to fuel more speculation in stocks and other parts of the financial market. Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect caps the number of securities (paywall)

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his government courted Beijing Wednesday before a BRICS summit, playing down a stock market plunge in China and proposing better terms for investors from Beijing. Over the past six months, the price of oil has collapsed, the U.S. dollar has soared, and a whole bunch of other patterns that we witnessed just before the stock market crash of 2008 are repeating once again. But what we have not seen yet is the actual stock market crash. So will there be one this year?

Travel Restrictions. This will begin with restrictions on foreign travel, including suspension/removal of passports. Confiscation of wealth. The EU has instituted the confiscation of bank accounts, which can be expected to become an international form of governmental theft. Food Shortages.
Riots. These will likely happen spontaneously due to the above conditions, but if not, governments will create them to justify their desire for greater control of the masses. Martial Law. The US has already prepared for this, with the passing of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) preparations that individuals and their families can make to, at the very least, insulate themselves from the secondary event triggers. This includes storing essential physical goods and keeping them in your possession. Things like long-term food supplies, barterable goods, monetary goods, self defense armaments and having a well thought outpreparedness plan will, if nothing else, provide you with the means necessary to stay out of the way it all hits the fan.

China’s gold holdings grew by 604 tons to 1,658 tons since 2009, according to the data from People’s Bank of China revealed on Friday. The country thus overtook Russia to become the fifth largest holder of gold in the world.

The information has been disclosed after a six-year delay. China’s central bank has reported changes to its gold reserve levels only four times over the last 15 years, according to analysts at UBS. Some analysts say China’s unexpected data announcement is a move to support the recognition of its currency. China is seeking IMF acknowledgement of the yuan as an official reserve currency, on par with the US dollar, the Japanese yen, the euro and the British pound. China now follows the US, Germany, the International Monetary Fund, Italy and France, who are the world’s largest gold holders, according to the World Gold Council. The US has the biggest gold reserves at 8,133 tons.

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