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  1. Ex-Goldman Rainmaker Says Chinese Taking Pause on U.S. DealsRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Chinese investors are hitting the pause button on U.S. and other outbound deals as they grapple with the ramifications of a Trump presidency and possible government curbs on overseas acquisitions, according to Fred Hu, a former Greater China chairman for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The 53-year-old founder and chairman of Beijing-based investment firm Primavera Capital Group said in an interview in Hong Kong that he and other investors are focusing on industries spurred by consumer demand in China. Primavera has stakes in companies from e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to Yum China Holdings Inc., which operates the KFC and Pizza Hut chains there.

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  2. Ex-Goldman Rainmaker Says Chinese Taking Pause on U.S. DealsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Chinese investors are hitting the pause button on U.S. and other outbound deals as they grapple with the ramifications of a Trump presidency and possible government curbs on overseas acquisitions, according to Fred Hu, a former Greater China chairman for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The 53-year-old founder and chairman of Beijing-based investment firm Primavera Capital Group said in an interview in Hong Kong that he and other investors are focusing on industries spurred by consumer demand in China. Primavera has stakes in companies from e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to Yum China Holdings Inc., which operates the KFC and Pizza Hut chains there.

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  3. China Is Pausing on U.S. Deals, Ex-Goldman Rainmaker SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bloomberg

    Chinese investors are hitting the pause button on U.S. and other outbound deals as they grapple with the ramifications of a Trump presidency and possible government curbs on overseas acquisitions, according to Fred Hu, a former Greater China chairman for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The 53-year-old founder and chairman of Beijing-based investment firm Primavera Capital Group said in an interview in Hong Kong that he and other investors are focusing on industries spurred by consumer demand in China. Primavera has stakes in companies from e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to Yum China Holdings Inc., which operates the KFC and Pizza Hut chains there.

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  4. Fitch: Chinese Structured Finance Growth Remains Strong in 3Q16Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Reuters

    Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: China Structured Finance Quarterly - 3Q16 here BEIJING/HONG KONG, December 05 Growth in China's structured finance market is expected to remain strong through the rest of the year, supported by continued development and innovation by regulators, says Fitch Ratings in the latest China Structured Finance Quarterly publication, released today. Overall, there were 130 transactions worth approximately CNY209bn issued in China's structured finance market in 3Q16, representing a 15% yoy increase.

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  5. The art of the blind trustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Post and Courier

    President-elect Donald Trump announced this week that he will separate himself from his business interests - which trade on the name Trump - and turn them over to his children. That generally sounds encouraging.

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  6. Former Goldman Dealmaker Hu Says China Risks Economic StagnationRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | The Washington Post

    China risks economic stagnation unless it quickly removes barriers hampering entrepreneurs seeking to enter industries from health care to education to financial services. That's according to Fred Hu, a former Greater China chairman for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. who has advised the central government on financial, pension and state-enterprise reforms.

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  7. Former Goldman Dealmaker Hu Says China Risks Economic Stagnation an hour agoRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Bloomberg

    China risks economic stagnation unless it quickly removes barriers hampering entrepreneurs seeking to enter industries from health care to education to financial services. That's according to Fred Hu, a former Greater China chairman for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. who has advised the central government on financial, pension and state-enterprise reforms.

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  8. Trump to be - taken completely out' of running his businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | South China Morning Post

    President-elect Donald Trump said on Wednesday he plans to leave his business "in total" to focus on the White House and will discuss the matter at a news conference December 15 in New York with his children, some of whom are business associates. "While I am not mandated to do this under the law, I feel it is visually important, as President, to in no way have a conflict of interest with my various businesses," Trump said in a series of tweets.

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  9. Fitch: EU and US Banks Diverge in Updated G-SIB ListRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Reuters

    Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: EU/US Banks Diverge in Updated List of Global Systemically Important Banks here LONDON, November 30 EU banks retreated while US banks maintained their relative systemic footprint in the 2016 ranking of global systemically important banks , Fitch Ratings says. The strength of the US dollar plays a role, but post-crisis changes to banks' business models are key to understanding the relative moves.

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  10. How will Donald Trump avoid conflicts of interest as president?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | NOLA.com

    President-elect Donald J. Trump tweeted Wednesday morning that he would soon leave his "great business in total" to focus on the presidency, a response to growing worries over the businessman-in-chief's conflicts of interest around the globe. President-elect Donald J. Trump tweeted Wednesday morning that he would soon leave his "great business in total" to focus on the presidency, a response to growing worries over the businessman-in-chief's conflicts of interest around the globe.

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  11. UPDATE 2-China names custodian banks in plan to invest up to $290 bln in pension fundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Reuters

    BEIJING, Nov 30 China has selected four banks as custodians of its pension insurance fund, clearing another hurdle for the investment of funds of up to $290 billion in its financial markets. The banks are Industrial and Commercial Bank of China , Bank of China , Bank of Communications and China Merchants Bank , the National Council for Social Security Fund said on its website on Tuesday.

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  12. China's national pension fund appoints four custodian banksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Reuters

    Nov 30 China's National Council for Social Security Fund has selected four banks to be custodians for its basic pension insurance fund, it said in an online statement on Tuesday. The four banks are Industrial and Commercial Bank of China , Bank of China , Bank of Communications and China Merchants Bank , according to the statement, which did not provide further details.

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  13. Trump's biggest office tenant at his 5th Avenue tower could become a big headacheRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Silicon Alley Insider

    The state-owned Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, the world's biggest lender measured by assets, occupies 20,404 square feet of office space at Trump Tower. The bank's lease is set to expire in 2019, and renewal negotiations could run Trump afoul of a little-known piece of the U.S. Constitution meant to avoid conflicts of interest.

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  14. When Chinese Bank's Trump Lease Ends, Potential Conflict BeginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Daily Business Review

    The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., a state-controlled enterprise and the world's biggest lender by assets, is due to renegotiate its lease at Trump Tower in Manhattan during Donald Trump's presidency - a business matter that may raise constitutional questions for the incoming president, ethicists say.

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  15. Here's How Donald Trump Could Be Impeached His First Day In OfficeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Refinery 29

    Election fraud conspiracy theorist and President-elect Donald Trump would really rather not deal with this whole "Constitution" thing. Trump today tweeted his belief that people that burn the American flag should face serious consequences.

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  16. How will Trumpa s presidency impact the relationship between two of the worlda s biggest economies?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Big News Network.com

    Our eNewspaper network was founded in 2002 to provide stand-alone digital news sites tailored for the most searched-for locations for news. With a traditional newspaper format, more than 100 sites were established each with a newspaper-type name to cover the highest-ranked regions, countries, cities and states.

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  17. How Will Trump Balance His Conflicts of Interests?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Bloomberg

    The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., a state-controlled enterprise and the world's biggest lender by assets, is due to renegotiate its lease at Trump Tower in Manhattan during Donald Trump's presidency -- a business matter that may raise constitutional questions for the incoming president, ethicists say. The bank's lease is slated to end in October 2019, adding its renewal to the list of potential conflicts of interest for president-elect Trump, who has vowed to slap steep tariffs on Chinese imports and declare China a currency manipulator.

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  18. Yingli Green Cuts Solar Margin Forecast as Factory Use FallsRead the original story

    Monday Nov 28 | The Washington Post

    Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. slashed its forecast for profit in the third quarter, saying its factories were working less than previously expected and because of a provision for its inventory that it plans to record.

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  19. Donald Trump hugs a US flag on the campaign trail in New Hampshire earlier this year. Photo: ReutersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | South China Morning Post

    Lawyers argue president-elect's business ties with organisations including the Industrial & Commercial Bank of China could breach the US Constitution The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, a state-controlled enterprise and the world's biggest lender by assets, is due to renegotiate its lease at Trump Tower in Manhattan during Donald Trump's presidency, a business matter that may raise constitutional questions for the incoming president, ethicists say. The bank's lease is slated to end in October 2019, adding its renewal to the list of potential conflicts of interest for president-elect Trump, who has vowed to slap steep tariffs on Chinese imports and declare China a currency manipulator.

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  20. Global newsbriefs from the EconomistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Star Tribune

    Stock markets in the U.S. remained buoyant as investors anticipated that Donald Trump's presidency will reduce regulations and boost growth. The Dow Jones industrial average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq share indexes rose to new record highs on the same day, with the Dow closing above the 19,000 mark for the first time.

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