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The history of Wall Street and Anglo-American finance in China is one that is rarely discussed in western media or even academia, whereas knowing it would explain much about both China’s stunning economic rise over the past 70 years, as well as certainly seemingly rising tensions between China and the US today.  It’s hard to tell if there is genuine tension and enmity because of credible rivalry status between the US and China, or if everything is proceeding according to wider, deeper, much longer-term planning based on desired, durable and thus political coordination.  Large US, UK and EU investment banks are new entrants into China’s nascent bond sector, yet also retain longstanding presences pertaining to China’s financial and economic development.  Such factors should be weighed alongside other historical details in evaluating China’s recent threats to ‘dump US Treasury bonds’, as well as to ultimately view any sense of symbiosis which the US and China are serving, and why.  Are banks such as JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Standard Chartered, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank and others necessarily against a ‘bond run’ and wider trashing of US debt?  Or not so much?  Who benefits?  More specifically, who profits?

In this episode of Money & Fear, we’ll review some monetary and political history involving Wall Street and Beijing in order to weigh the mentioned factors.  Details not shared, let alone analyzed, by mainstream corporate business press supposedly reporting on US-China trade, tariffs and/or currency wars, even.

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Show Notes

JPMorgan’s China News Is Great…for China- Bank shareholders may want to temper their excitement

JPMorgan Gains Entry to China’s Bond Market, a First for U.S. Banks

JPMorgan gets China corporate bond underwriting license


China’s bond market to surpass Japan as world’s second largest in five years: UBS

China bond index inclusion to see $ 286 bln passive inflows -StanChart

Goldman Sachs, China’s CIC to launch up to $ 5 billion fund: sources

China GDP Annual Growth Rate

Foreign Direct Investment in China by Edward Graham & Erika Wada (white paper)

JPMorgan Chase Allowed to Conduct Interbank Bond Settlement

China Moves Forward With Further Bond Market Opening

New China bond licences raise more questions

Why Is China Excluded From Global Bond Indices?

JP Morgan soothes fears of busted flush in China

JPMorgan says panda bond sales to grow, diversify

We haven’t heard JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon go this dark on China in a long time

Could China’s Banks Take Down the Global Economy?

JPMorgan fined for hiring kids of China’s elite to win business

Rockefeller family’s connection with China

The Oil Prince’s Legacy: Rockefeller Philanthropy in China

America & China, Part 1: Rockefeller Origins

America & China Part II: Interregnum

America & China Part III: The Great Deal

America and China Part IV: The Big Balance Sheet Boondoggle

Masters of Metal: China, the Rothschild Fix, and the “New World Currency”

Trump’s China Entourage: Heavy With Goldman Sachs, Rothschild, CFR Globalists


Towards Capitalist Restoration?: Chinese Socialism after Mao

Wealth and Power: China’s Long March to the Twenty-first Century

Modern China: The Fall and Rise of a Great Power, 1850 to the Present

Memoirs: By David Rockefeller

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