(And the $250 billion Aussie sector that could be hit by the fallout)
If you haven’t heard about the US–China trade war yet…
…you must have lived under a rock for the last 12 months!
Almost every day there are new headlines about the tariff tit-for-tat between the two superpowers.
One day it’s Trump hiking up tariffs on Chinese imports…the next it’s China returning fire with new fees on US products.
No one really knows when the trade tussle will end. But we do know it’s damaging both economies.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says:
‘China’s trade war with the United States has caused “self-inflicted” damage that has already made global growth “sluggish and precarious” and could create further financial vulnerabilities by depressing both consumer and business sentiment.’
For now, both nations are standing firm. There’s no backing down from either side.
Question is: as the trade war intensifies, who will tap out first?
Well according to financial analyst and editor, Greg Canavan, behind all the chest-beating and bluster of ongoing tariff hikes, China is in seriously bad shape. If the trade war smackdown continues long term, China’s economy will take a massive hit.
And Australia won’t escape the fallout.
There’s one ‘mega sector’ that could cop a serious hit when China really starts hurting. Greg says if you’ve got money stashed inside this sector, you’ll want to consider getting it out ASAP.
You’ll find all this and more inside Greg’s brand-new Rum Rebellion special report: ‘Why China (and Australia) Has the Most to Lose in the Trade War’.
If you want to know the REAL story behind the trade war and the implications for the Aussie economy…you need to read this report.
Inside you’ll also discover:
- China’s massive currency manipulation backfire: Over the last decade, China has artificially devalued its currency by pegging it lower than the US dollar. Short term, this funded China’s massive credit expansion. But it has also led to a $40 trillion debt load that will weigh heavily on China’s bottom line as the trade war continues to weaken the economy.
- China’s hidden debt bomb (and why it could soon blow up in Beijing’s face): China’s total debt is rumoured to be up to one-third bigger than what is officially reported. According to Greg, this hidden debt pile could soon bite China in a big way…and potentially hit one big $250 billion Aussie sector too.
- The four key assets that could benefit in a big way from the trade war: It’s not all bad news. Greg reveals four assets that could experience a major lift as the trade war weighs on China’s economy. Which four assets are they? Well, you’ll have to download the report to find out!
You’ll learn all this and more in Greg Canavan’s new report: ‘Why China (and Australia) Has the Most to Lose in the Trade War’.
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