Evergrande default points to transparency problem
The Evergrande real estate implosion set off fears across global markets paralleling growing concerns with the skyrocketing energy costs in Asia and Europe.
To add to the uncertainty with Evergrande’s default on its massive real estate holdings in China, the tripling of energy prices in Europe and Asia adds another level of complexity and concern for global markets. Within China where transparent data is an evasive target, the challenge for professional traders is heightened.
As Evergrande awaits official announcement on a new majority owner, reports suggest it will be Hopson Development, closer inspection into varied commodities within China poses a heightened challenge in scrutinizing the validity of data collected and analyzed for trading execution.
Where to turn for guidance?
From these concerns comes an avalanche of cascading market effects from real estate to industrial output directly impacting and derived from China’s energy and steel industries among others. Borne of quant hedge fund origins, CTD Indices developed homegrown insight in how to build reliable data and reliable indices identifying current and future trends while spending over a year in Shanghai building its research tools to measure China’s real markets. CTD Indices is well-positioned to track these and related business sectors.
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WMBA CTDI China Energy Index
The WMBA CTDI China Energy Index was launched in conjunction with the U.K.’s Wholesale Markets Brokers Association Limited. The WMBA CTDI China Energy Index is the most effective tool to track China’s energy consumption and industrial activity. As China’s economy shifts from an export-oriented to one of domestic consumption, traditional macroeconomic export data will decline in importance as a barometer of China’s economic health.
WMBA CTDI China Steel Index
The WMBA CTDI China Steel Index was launched in conjunction with the U.K.’s Wholesale Markets Brokers Association Limited. The WMBA CTDI China Steel Index is the most effective tool to track China’s influence over the world’s steel industry, the backbone commodity of the globe’s industrial and infrastructure activity.
WMBA CTDI China Grain Index
The WMBA CTDI China Grain Index was launched in conjunction with the U.K.’s Wholesale Markets Brokers Association Limited. The index is a grain-focused index comprised of liquid agricultural commodities. The index comprises of three agricultural goods commodities currently traded on the Chinese futures exchanges: #1 soybean, #2 soybean, and corn.
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