Positive China Trade Data Increases Global Market Gains

Soothing the scare that exports of China will be slowing down in 2014
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For over a week now Global Stock Markets have continuously increased of the back of positive trade data coming from the Far East, namely China. The Red Dragon soothed worries about a Global Market slowdown as their trade data showed strong demand, as exports grew during the month of January. This eased negative market sentiment that the second largest economy was heading for a meltdown and in turn revived investors’ appetite for emerging economies.

With recent selloffs occurring on global equity markets due to a perceived negative outlook for emerging markets, Investors began to look at alternative safe heavens such as precious metals. Although Gold and Silver have risen since the selloff began, the recent data from the BRIC nation states, coupled with the fact that Congress in the United States has agreed to hold off from trimming their stimulus package has created a more positive outlook for 2014.

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