Sigo siendo muy positivo.
Los fundamentales de los mercados emergentes han experimentado una mejora generalizada. La previsión de consenso es que el crecimiento del PIB de los mercados emergentes pase del 4,2% en 2016 al 4,6% en 2017. Esta mejora responde a una recuperación cíclica en Brasil y Rusia, donde se parte de un nivel bajo y se esperan medidas de relajación monetaria. Según Tom Wilson, responsable de renta variable de mercados emergentes en Schroders, los emergentes deberían beneficiarse del firme crecimiento de China y de la liquidez abundante que probablemente garantizarán las autoridades del país de cara al XIX Congreso Nacional del Partido Comunista el próximo otoño.
PD1: Parece que China no va a ir a peor en cuanto a crecimiento:
At a time when the United States is poised to turn inward, China’s economic performance is more important globally than ever. Whether China can achieve sustainable growth patterns in the coming years will depend upon a number of key factors.
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PD2: Si Trump prosigue con sus amenazas proteccionistas, habrá represalias desde China. Se han establecido demasiados lazos entre ambos países, hay demasiados intereses de empresas estadounidenses que no solo fabrican en China, sino que venden muchos de sus productos a China:
China is prepared to step up its scrutiny of U.S. companies in the event President-elect Donald Trump takes punitive measures against Chinese goods and triggers a trade war between the world’s two biggest economies after he takes office, according to people familiar with the matter.
The options include subjecting well-known U.S. companies or ones that have large Chinese operations to tax or antitrust probes, the people said, asking not to be identified because the matter isn’t public. Other possible measures include the launch of anti-dumping investigations and scaling back government purchases of American products, according to the people.
The move illustrates how the fallout from escalating tensions between the two nations could spread to companies. Trump has made China a frequent target of his attacks and nominated that the Communist Party’s Global Times newspaper would form an "iron curtain" of protectionism.
Any retaliation by China against Trump could be risky. A backlash may result in China damaging access to its biggest trading partner, said Michael Every, head of financial markets research at Rabobank Group in Hong Kong.
"When you have a country with a large trade deficit that retaliates against a country with a large trade surplus with it, it’s the country with the trade deficit that wins," said Every. "The country with the surplus loses, every time."
America’s trade deficit with China narrowed to $31.1 billion from $32.5 billion in October as U.S. exports to the nation were the strongest since December 2013, according to the most recent data available. That brought the trade deficit to $288.78 billion for the ten months to the end of October.
China’s central government compiled the possible countermeasures after collecting opinions from various departments, the people said. The punitive steps would only be carried out if the U.S. acts first and after senior Chinese leaders sign off on them, they said.
Representatives at China’s , , State Administration of Taxation and General Administration of Customs either didn’t respond or couldn’t immediately comment to Bloomberg queries.
Representatives at Trump’s transition team didn’t respond to a request for comment.
Late last year, China , the second-largest foreign carmaker in the country, nearly $30 million for antitrust violations after the company was accused of setting minimum prices on some models made by its SAIC General Motors joint venture. GM said at the time it respects local laws and that it would fully support its venture in China to ensure all appropriate actions are taken.
Given how much they have at stake -- Rhodium Group estimates American multinational corporations have poured more than into China since 1990 -- U.S. business groups have a history of pushing back against Washington on trade issues with China. In the 1990s, companies including , Motorola Inc. and were involved in lobbying efforts in the annual battle to renew China’s most-favored nation status that gave its exports low-tariff status in the U.S. In 2011, trade groups representing companies including Microsoft Corp. and lobbied against legislation to pressure China to raise the value of its currency
PD3: Seguimos buscando en sitio erróneo. El tesoro es Jesucristo. Nadie como Él puede llenar el corazón del hombre de paz y felicidad. No hay que buscar la felicidad en las cosas materiales. Si Jesús vive en tu corazón, el deseo de compartirlo se convertirá en una necesidad. De aquí nace el sentido del apostolado cristiano.