Юань http://so-l.ru/tags/show/yuan Sat, 17 Mar 2018 19:38:57 +0300 <![CDATA[The Fall of Nanjing as My Grandmother Lived It]]> On December 13, 1937, my grandmother, a woman of barely 22 years named Wein-Shiu Liu Chou, heard the steady barrage of artillery from Imperial Japanese troops as they began their final assault on Nanjing, her hometown in China. The sound of shells exploding just outside the city walls must have made clear to those still in the city that the end was near. My grandmother would live a long life of 98 years, raise two daughters, see five grandchildren grow up, run small businesses in Taiwan and the United States, and sing in a choral group in Los Angeles, California, in her golden years. But on that cold December morning, such a future seemed impossible.

After the Imperial Japanese Army invaded what was then China’s capital, it began a campaign of terror against the populace known as the “Rape of Nanking,” in which an estimated 100,000 to 300,000 civilians were killed, with untold numbers of rapes, mass executions, and other atrocities taking place throughout the city. (The death toll is a point of controversy. Japanese accounts put the number of deaths somewhere between 20,000 and 200,000.) Iris Chang’s 1997 book The Rape of Nanking revived scholarly interest in what actually happened. Much of our understanding relies on the diaries of Westerners who stayed in the city. They include John Rabe, a Nazi doctor who helped establish a demilitarized “safety zone” inside the city, and Minnie Vautrin, an American missionary who turned her women’s college into a sanctuary for women and girls. They give some of the best firsthand accounts to have survived the war; my grandmother’s story adds not only a Chinese perspective, but that of a survivor.

Why she stayed in the city remains a mystery to this day. Her neighbor, Zheng Baihua, happened to be a doctor at a military hospital and had helped her get a job as a nurse, despite the fact that she had no medical training or experience. She was eager to help. Her father, stepmother, and younger brother had already moved into Shanghai’s French Concession, one of the territories ceded to foreign powers after China’s humiliating defeats in the Opium Wars. Even after the Japanese took Shanghai, these foreign concession zones remained relatively safe, and refugees flooded into them. I imagine my great-grandfather was desperate to have his daughter rejoin the family. But patriotic fervor overrode filial piety, and perhaps even her sense of self-preservation. And so she stayed in the doomed city.

Her childhood in Nanjing had been largely carefree. She often stayed at her great aunt’s house on the narrow Qinhuai River. In the mornings, peddlers in boats would sell fermented rice porridge—a local delicacy—hoisting up a bowl on a long pole to a window. On New Year’s, she would run through the city to each of her relatives’ homes, where she bowed and received that much-coveted red envelope. Most relatives would give a few coins, but her grand-aunt would spoil her with one full yuan. With these riches, she headed for the market stalls. While other children stuffed themselves with candied plums and oranges, she would buy piles of fireworks and set them off in the streets. Later, as a teenager, she and her friends rented boats at Xuanwu Lake, in the northeast of the city. There, they would row out among the reeds to feast on lotus seeds.

When Japanese troops first entered the city, my grandmother saw the soldiers separate women and girls from their families and carry them away. They bayoneted crying babies and shot elderly men, she recalled. Modern scholarship would describe the conquest in stark terms: “Before the occupation was a day old, civilian bodies were lying in the streets of downtown Nanjing ... The defenseless and the innocent were killed, tortured, and humiliated in an orgy of violence that continued for six horrific weeks.”

My grandmother remained cloistered in the hospital, tending to the teeming masses of wounded soldiers and civilians that spilled into the corridors. When the Japanese blasted through Nanjing’s ancient walls, the hospital staff lowered the Chinese Nationalist flag and raised the flag of the Red Cross, hoping that the international affiliation would spare those within from the harshest treatment. Japanese doctors soon took over operations at the hospital. My grandmother described many atrocities directed by the Japanese medical staff. She saw them order the Chinese staff to perform wholesale amputations, without anesthetics, where other treatments might have sufficed.

Whether because the weight of complicity with the Japanese orders was too heavy to bear, or because of patriotic ardor, my grandmother and her colleagues at the hospital decided to escape. Choosing to venture beyond the relative safety of the hospital grounds and into the violence she could hear just over the compound walls would have been a gut-wrenching decision for anyone, but especially so for a young woman in her 20s. She explained her reasoning at the time: She would rather take her fate in her own hands, even if it meant losing her life, than to become another victim of that caged city.

The escape was timed for March 1938. By then, the frenzy of rape and violence by Japanese troops had subsided and some semblance of normalcy had begun to return. The city gates were opened during the day for farmers from the countryside to bring in their goods. The hopes of the hospital workers rested with this trickle of country folk.

My grandmother’s former neighbor, Zheng Baihua, would lead one group of escapees, while a second group would chance it a day later. She left with the first wave. To blend in with the people of Nanjing, they wore ragged clothes and shoes. To disguise her cherubic, youthful appearance from the Japanese patrols and gate sentries, she smeared ash over her face; her raven-black hair, she tied up in a dirty rag. She bent over as she walked and carried a walking stick, playing the elderly vagabond. She slipped out of the hospital compound, shuffling slowly toward the city’s southwestern gate and carrying nothing but a clean change of clothes bundled up in rags over one shoulder. The escapees dared not travel together, so they staggered their movements. If one of them was caught, there was nothing the others could do.

The morning of the escape, a pair of Japanese guards stood sentry on each side of a bridge at Shuixi Gate, watching for ex-soldiers and smugglers. My grandmother’s heart must have been pounding in her ears as she made the 50-yard walk past the guards. If a sentry searched her and found her change of clothes, or discovered a young woman’s face beneath the ash, all hope would have been lost. But her luck that day held, and she slowly made it out of the city and into the muddy brown countryside beyond.

The group had agreed to meet at a teahouse down the road, beyond the immediate sight of Japanese forces. When she arrived, she picked at a dry breakfast pastry and sipped tea, casting sidelong glances each time the door opened. The companions sat separately, eyes acknowledging each other as the next one entered. After the group had reassembled, they left one-by-one, heading further west toward safety. Only once they had made it past enemy lines did they gather, change clothes, and move as a group toward Wuhan, where the Nationalist government had decamped. Once they made it to Chinese-controlled territory, they celebrated by taking a group portrait in a small photography studio. Inscribed on the photograph was the date March 17, 1938, along with a spare caption: “Upon escaping danger in Nanjing, a group portrait.” Their good cheer would be short-lived: They soon learned that the second group from the hospital had been caught. The guards had been alerted once it was discovered that some of the staff had disappeared overnight.

Upon reaching Wuhan, my grandmother found work as a financial administrator at a government-run school for orphans. She wrote to her father in Shanghai to tell him that she had made it out of the city, and he immediately telegrammed an old classmate, a bank manager in Wuhan, to book her passage to Shanghai. She begrudgingly complied and steamed back down the mighty Yangtze River, passing Nanjing.

Once she had reached the French Concession, however, she could not tolerate waiting out the war. Against her father’s wishes, she booked a one-way voyage from Shanghai to Hanoi, Vietnam. From there, she made her way back into China, intent on reaching Chongqing, the new wartime capital. She was a young woman, traveling alone on foreign roads through treacherous terrain, relying on the most tenuous of acquaintances to help her move from Hanoi to Kunming to Guiyang, then by army transport up winding mountain roads to Chongqing. Still in her early 20s, she had passed through Japanese lines a third time, slipping out of occupied Shanghai, and taking a sea route to reach her mountain destination. In Chongqing, she worked as an administrator for the government-run orphanages that were overfilling with abandoned children. In the commemorative notebooks she kept, her friends, colleagues, and students hailed her as an “Iron Mulan” and a “savior of the children.”

When news broke that the atomic bombs had dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it came as a great shock to my grandmother and her new husband, Zhou Qigang, a high official in the Nationalist government. With the war over, they moved with the government back to Nanjing for a short time. She could not settle back into her hometown for long, however, as the Chinese Communist revolution would eventually drive them to Taiwan.

In 1999, my grandmother and I visited Nanjing’s Confucius Temple district, where her extended family once lived. It had been 50 years since she had been back. In her eyes I saw a wistful yearning that something might remain of what she remembered. We stopped where her family’s stately compound once stood; she called the place Liu Hou Fu, or “the Estate of the Marquis of Liu.” (One of her ancestors may have been titled nobility in the Qing dynasty, which lasted from 1636 to 1912, and was brought to an end by China’s democratic revolution.) Alas, the estate was no more. What she left behind could only be summoned through imperfect recollection. Nanjing, a capital city of grand boulevards lined by ancient ginkgo trees and the emerging modernity of a fledgling republic, was replaced with horror and atrocity. A grand past and a hopeful vision for China's future had seemingly forever vanished.

Yet, in the life my grandmother built day by day after her escape from occupied Nanjing, 80 years ago today, she embodied the perseverance and spirit of a generation that endured and would not be conquered.  

http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_17_the_fall_of_nanjing_as_my_grandmother_li Sat, 17 Mar 2018 11:50:00 +0300
<![CDATA[Средний курс юаня со сроком расчетов "завтра" по итогам торгов составил 9,0983 руб.]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_16_sredniy_kurs_yuanya_so_srokom_raschetov_za Fri, 16 Mar 2018 19:15:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Россиянин Захаров стал вторым в прыжках в воду с трамплина на этапе Мировой серии в Японии]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_16_rossiyanin_zaharov_stal_vtorim_v_prizhkah Fri, 16 Mar 2018 11:56:43 +0300 <![CDATA[Китайские рынки замерли на время сессии ВСНП]]> На финансовых рынках Китая царит потрясающее спокойствие. Акции, облигации и валюта торгуются в боковике в этом месяце, пишет Bloomberg.


Индекс Shanghai Composite продемонстрировал прирост менее чем на 1%. Доходность 10-летних государственных облигаций колеблется в узком диапазоне, а юань - наименее волатильная валюта в Азии на этой неделе.

Дело не в отсутствии катализаторов для рыночных движений. Инвесторы оценивают растущий риск торговой войны с США, прибыли компаний; лучшие, чем ожидалось, экономические данные, а также продолжающуюся кампанию по сокращению доли заемных средств, которая подталкивает вверх стоимость заимствований.

Вялость торгов подчеркивает важность сессии Всекитайского собрания народных представителей (ВСНП, высший законодательный орган), в частности голосования, которое позволило председателю КНР Си Цзиньпину оставаться на этом посту неопределенно долго.

Фонды спешили продать акции в конце февраля, прежде чем был введен временный запрет, утверждают источники Bloomberg, знакомые с ситуацией. Однако подавление торговли может усугубить волатильность, когда сессия ВСНП завершится во вторник. Облигации, в частности, окажутся под давлением, поскольку ликвидность, сохраняемая достаточной во время сессии, как ожидается, снова ужесточится.

Председатель КНР предпринимает усилия по централизации контроля. В рамках крупнейшей за последние годы реформы госаппарата Китай объединит банковского и страхового регуляторов. Перечень функций центробанка будет расширен. Пекин передаст ему некоторые функции банковского и страхового регуляторов. Кроме того, будет создан ряд новых министерств и правительственных учреждений.

Как сообщали "Вести.Экономика", в воскресенье депутаты Всекитайского собрания народных представителей убрали из конституции положение об ограничении работы главы государства двумя сроками.

Изменение конституции может оказать значительное влияние на вторую по величине экономику мира. Экономика Китая нуждается в масштабных реформах, особенно для решения проблемы растущего корпоративного долга.]]>
http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_16_kitayskie_rinki_zamerli_na_vremya_sessii Fri, 16 Mar 2018 11:56:00 +0300
<![CDATA[Китайские рынки замерли на время сессии ВСНП]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_16_vesti_ekonomika_novosti_kitayskie_rinki Fri, 16 Mar 2018 11:56:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Средний курс юаня со сроком расчетов "сегодня" по итогам торгов составил 9,0868 руб.]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_16_sredniy_kurs_yuanya_so_srokom_raschetov_se Fri, 16 Mar 2018 11:00:00 +0300 <![CDATA[В 2017 году китайцы вложили 250 млрд. юаней в зарубежную недвижимость]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_16_v_2017_godu_kitayci_vlozhili_250_mlrd_yua Fri, 16 Mar 2018 10:39:33 +0300 <![CDATA[Годовая прибыль China Unicom увеличилась почти втрое]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_16_finam_ru_novosti_razvi_godovaya_pribil Fri, 16 Mar 2018 09:39:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Годовая прибыль China Unicom увеличилась почти втрое]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_16_godovaya_pribil_china_unicom_uvelichilas Fri, 16 Mar 2018 09:27:49 +0300 <![CDATA[Средний курс юаня со сроком расчетов "завтра" по итогам торгов составил 9,0325 руб.]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_sredniy_kurs_yuanya_so_srokom_raschetov_za Thu, 15 Mar 2018 19:15:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Как Китай может изменить баланс в торговле с США на $100 млрд]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_kak_kitay_mozhet_izmenit_balans_v_torgov Thu, 15 Mar 2018 19:13:07 +0300 <![CDATA[FDI into mainland records slight gain]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_fdi_into_mainland_records_slight_gain Thu, 15 Mar 2018 19:01:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Outbound market lifts online travel]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_outbound_market_lifts_online_travel Thu, 15 Mar 2018 19:01:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Yirendai’s net earnings jump 23%]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_yirendai_s_net_earnings_jump_23 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 19:01:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Shares end flat after risk caution]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_shares_end_flat_after_risk_caution Thu, 15 Mar 2018 19:01:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Крымская война и восхождение петро-юаня]]> Неn благоговения у министра обороны Британии, рекомендовавшего России «уйти и заткнуться» Russia should go away and should SHUT UP

Дата сегодня некруглая и? тем не менее, можно отметить, что 15 марта 1854 года (по старому стилю) после серии враждебных действий на суше и на море Великобритания и Францию объявили войну России.
Продолжилась Крымская война, изменившая в итоге всю систему "европейской безопасности".

Стремительно меняющуюся картину мира могут дополнить сведения о "восхождении петро-юаня", которые будоражат всех, кто так или иначе связан с экономикой, уже не первый год.
Но в начале 2018 года плотность сведений стремительно возрастает, в т.ч. с учетом того, что должны начаться торги фьючерсами на сырую нефть на Шанхайской международной энергетической бирже.
Закупки нефти и природных ресурсов уже помогли увеличить международные позиции юаня.
В 2011 году Нигерия стала резервировать юани, впоследствии стала продать нефть Китаю в обмен на юани.
В 2012 году Иран принял свои первые платежи в юанях от Китая в обмен на поставки нефти и газа.
В России созданы все условия для перехода на расчеты в юанях.
Китай — мировой лидер по импорту сырой нефти (обогнал США в первой половине 2017 года).
Более 40% экспорта нефти Саудовской Аравии идёт в Китай.
Именно на этой неделе появилась информация об очередном раунде переговоров Китая с Саудовской Аравией (звучало даже выражение "условие Китая") относительно перехода к расчетам за нефть по схеме: 70% в юанях, остальное в долларах (есть информация, что саудиты согласились на это условие).

(пока не согласованное) условие Китая для взаиморасчетов с Ираном: только за юани, ни единого доллара.
Аналогичное условие для Нигерии. Практически всю нигерийскую нефть покупают китайцы. Нигерия согласилась.

Всё это будет играть огромное значение в ситуации в целом и влиять на развитие конфликта между Россией и условным Западом.
http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_krimskaya_voyna_i_voshozhdenie_petro_yuanya Thu, 15 Mar 2018 18:01:20 +0300
<![CDATA[Canadian Solar (CSIQ) Q4 Earnings: What's in the Cards?]]> Canadian Solar Inc. CSIQ is set to report fourth-quarter 2017 results on Mar 19, before the market opens.

Last quarter, the company posted in-line earnings. However, the bottom line missed the Zacks Consensus Estimate in two of the last four quarters, with an average negative surprise of 227.75%.

Let’s see how things are shaping up at the company prior to this announcement.

Factors at Play

For fourth-quarter 2017, the company expects total module shipment in the range of 1.65-1.75 gigawatts (GW). However, this guidance includes approximately 60 megawatts (MW) of shipmentsto Canadian Solar’s utility-scale solar power projects, which may not be recognized as revenue in the to-be-reported quarter. The top line is projected in the band of $1.77-$1.88 billion, with gross margin of 10.5-12.5%.

In September and October 2017, the company agreed to sell a portfolio of six solar power projects totaling 703 megawatt-peaks (MWp), in California, to two Asian buyers. In October, Canadian Solar also agreed to sell interests in three solar projects in Australia, totaling 117 MWp, to Foresight Solar Fund Limited. On the third-quarter earnings call, Canadian Solar stated that it expects these deals to close by end of the fourth quarter.

We believe that revenues generated from these sale outs might drive the company’s top line in the yet-to-be reported quarter. In line with this, the Zacks Consensus Estimate for the Canadian Solar’s fourth-quarter revenues, pegged at $1.06 billion, reflects an annual growth of 58.1%. However, consensus estimate for revenues remains below the company’s fourth-quarter guidance range.

Despite the above-mentioned tailwinds, management stated that the company is lately facing challenges in the form of higher cost of headwinds, including of certain raw materials such as high-purity polysilicon and aluminum extrusion products. Moreover, the appreciation of Chinese yuan and Canadian dollar against US dollar resulted in Canadian Solar’s foreign exchange losses, thus pushing up its production cost in the third quarter. With no major upbeat noticed in these headwinds, we may expect the upcoming quarterly results to reflect similar high production cost for the company.

Furthermore, the Zacks Consensus Estimate for fourth-quarter,earnings reflects a massive year-over-year improvement of 329.2%, most probably buoyed by the rapidly increasing demand in China.

Earnings Whispers

Our proven model does not show that Canadian Solar will beat earnings this quarter. This is because a stock needs to have both — a positive Earnings ESP and a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy), 2 (Buy) or 3 (Hold) — for this to happen. This is not the case here, as you will see below.

Zacks ESP: Canadian Solar has an Earnings ESP of 0.00%. This is because the Most Accurate estimate and the Zacks Consensus Estimate are pegged at $1.03. You can uncover the best stocks to buy or sell before they’re reported with our Earnings ESP Filter.

Zacks Rank: Canadian Solar’s Zacks Rank #3 increases the predictive power of ESP. However, the company’s Earnings ESP of 0.00% makes surprise prediction difficult. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank stocks here.

Conversely, we caution against stocks with a Zacks Rank #4 or 5 (Sell rated) going into the earnings announcement, especially when the company is seeing negative estimate revisions.

Canadian Solar Inc. Price and EPS Surprise


Canadian Solar Inc. Price and EPS Surprise | Canadian Solar Inc. Quote


Recent Peer Releases

SunPower SPWR reported fourth-quarter 2017 adjusted earnings of 25 cents per share, which surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 18 cents by 38.9%.

First Solar FSLR incurred fourth-quarter 2017 adjusted loss of 25 cents per share, which was narrower than the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of 32 cents by 21.9%.

Enphase Energy ENPH posted fourth-quarter 2017 adjusted earnings of 1 cent per share, which compares favorably with the Zacks Consensus Estimate of breakeven earnings.

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<![CDATA[Юань: новый раунд борьбы за место под солнцем]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_yuan_noviy_raund_borbi_za_mesto_pod_so Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:56:36 +0300 <![CDATA[Средний курс юаня со сроком расчетов "сегодня" по итогам торгов составил 9,0367 руб.]]> http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_sredniy_kurs_yuanya_so_srokom_raschetov_se Thu, 15 Mar 2018 11:00:00 +0300 <![CDATA[Peak Gold Has Arrived]]> Authored by Alex Deluce via GoldTelegraph.com,

Following the recent market crash, investors lost $5.2 trillion worldwide before the market managed to recover most of the losses. There are hints that certain bubbles are ready to burst as the worlds biggest hedge fund positions accordingly.

In addition to the stock market, the global gold supply is weakening, leaving investors anticipating higher prices. In 2017, the gold supply plummeted the most since any year since 2008. If the supply of gold is really plateauing, experts are predicting a 'peak gold' period.

China, the world larger miner of gold, produced 453 tons of the metal in 2016. In 2017, China’s production fell by 9 percent. If production of gold continues to fall, a rise in global demand is a certainty. The demand will come from investors and centrals banks unwilling to rely on the dubious strength of the US dollar.

The Chinese are enjoying a boon economy, and the newly rich who can afford it are looking to buy physical gold in an effort to protect their wealth. China supplies its gold only domestically and does not export the metal. If China’s domestic gold supply is depleting, it will certain seek to buy gold elsewhere. Part of Chinese economic plan is to potentially reduce the global dominance of the dollar with the yuan.

The US dollar has dominated the global currency market for over 40 years. China, and Russia are actively increasing their gold reserves, which could lead to both economic and political uncertainties as more countries begin to dump US Treasuries. Both Russia and China are planning to use gold-backed currency as payment when trading with each other. This makes gold a critical commodity for both countries.

China might import gold to meet its own demand. But the available supply of gold is finite. During the past 15 years, global gold deposits have become depleted, and replacement deposits are becoming rarer each year.

World Gold Council Chairman Randall Oliphant has indicated that global gold production may have reach its peak. The time may come soon when the supply is not expected to meet the demand. The price of gold usually rises during times of economic slowdowns. How will the global financial market react when the supply of gold is running low and gold becomes an even rarer commodity?

China is not the only country producing less gold. South African and Australian gold deposits are showing signs of becoming depleted. The cost of exploring for new gold has become cost prohibitive and viable deposits are becoming more difficult to reach.

The potential of a worldwide shortage is good news for investors. Even as mines become exhausted, gold as a commodity will still exist. Gold differs from oil, which, once used up, is physically gone.

But gold mining and exploration will become more costly. For over 130 years, massive gold deposits were discovered in a number of countries. Gold has been easy to access and produce. During the late 20th century, some mines were producing as much as 50 million ounces of year a year. In the 21st century, mines producing 50 million or even 30 million ounces of gold no longer exist. Gold exploration is down to a few discoveries producing 15 million ounces annually.

The price of gold has fallen steadily since 2012. Mining companies are unable to fund new explorations. The time between gold discovery and active mining spans an average of seven years. This is a considerable time span between the exhaustion of old mines and the mining of new ones. And mining companies will find it difficult to bear the expense.

Once productive and seemingly endless gold deposits are depleting quickly. Forty percent of all the gold mined throughout history has come from the Witwatersrand Basin in South Africa. During the 1970s, an excess of 1,000 metric ton of gold was mined each year. In 2017, Witwatersrand Basin’s gold production fell 83 percent compared to 1970, down to 167.1 tons.

China, is still exploring veins for more gold. But how long will it be able to justify the cost as mining for gold that lays deeper in the earths crust? More capital is needed for further gold exploration globally.

Until that happens, the supply of gold will remain low and the demand will rise. This means that in the near future, this could serve as a major catalyst moving forward.

http://so-l.ru/news/y/2018_03_15_peak_gold_has_arrived Thu, 15 Mar 2018 06:10:00 +0300
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