Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Donald Straszheim, senior managing director at International Strategy & Investment Group, talks about the outlook for China's economy, equity market and government. He speaks with Tom Keene and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
The U.S. Treasury’s decision to stop short of branding China a currency manipulator has made it harder for the label to be imposed in the future, International Strategy & Investment Group’s Donald Straszheim said.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s probe into auditors of China-based companies listed on U.S. share exchanges is a signal for investors to approach these stocks with caution, said International Strategy & Investment Group.
China will “back away” from its tightening policies in the housing market within three months as the economy faces a bigger risk from a slowdown than inflation, according to International Strategy & Investment Group.
Donald Straszheim, senior managing director for China research at International Strategy & Investment Group, talks with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays about the outlook for the Chinese economy and monetary policy.
China may need to build more affordable homes next year than the 10 million units planned as the target may not be “sufficient” to meet the country’s demand, according to International Strategy & Investment Group .
From her leafy, 11th-floor rooftop terrace at the headquarters of Soho China Ltd ., billionaire Zhang Xin scans the relentlessly expanding Beijing skyline she helped create. Zhang’s avant-garde buildings -- some sleek as chopsticks, others stepped like rice terraces -- became part of the hottest real estate market on Earth in 2010.