China's Influence Over Global Markets Intensifies as Boundaries Lowered
• In her press conference, Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen remarked on a growing global influence from China
• Efforts to open the Chinese market will remove buffers that curbed the transmission of local volality
• China will grow as a global motivator for speculative trends and monetary policy changes moving forward
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China has proved a key fundamental motivator for global financial trends over the past decade. Yet, as its economic deceleration continues, worldwide volatility increases and monetary policy starts its slow transition to tightening; the world's second largest economy will find its influence leveraged to the echolons of all-encompassing themes like Fed policy and general risk trends. The circumstances surrounding China's economic trends and global sentiment decay present a volatile mixture. However, it is the country's laudable effort to oepn its economy and financial system that may prove a critical amplifier of risk going forward. We discuss how China is increasingly a critical fundamental consideration for the global markets in this weekend's Strategy Video.
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