Thursday on INK Ultra Money: Is China slowing a risk to Asia? Plus, inside the uprising and a cannabis stock on INK's radar

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1. China Slowdown: A Risk to the 'Asian Century'? - Real Vision (Subscriber content)

Will gathering headwinds in China force the Asian superpower into recession — and could a Chinese downturn snowball into a global slowdown? Tony Nash, founder of the AI platform Complete Intelligence, explores the themes behind China’s slowing growth and weakening demography. The former head of Global Research for The Economist Intelligence Unit unpacks his outlook for Hong Kong’s diminished role in China’s future — and explores the broader question of whether frictions inside China’s social contract could imperil the expansive vision of an ‘Asian Century’ to come. Filmed on September 14, 2019 at the Real Vision Blacklist Event in Grand Cayman.

 

Tony Nash sees a risk to US growth down the road

2. MPX International director buying as stock wilts  - INK Research (Subscriber video, free audio)

Today, INK Research looks at MPX International (MPXI) which is one of the few Canadian cannabis stocks to climb up the INK Edge rankings.

MPXI seeks to be an international cannabis player

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3. Inside the Hong Kong Uprising - Real Vision (subscriber content)

What’s really driving the unrest in Hong Kong? Retired professor Joseph Cheng, a senior figure in the Hong Kong Democracy movement, unpacks the rising tide of frustration behind the headlines. Cheng explains the root causes of the democracy protests — focusing on the economic despair and diminishing political voice in Hong Kong since the Handover in 1997, when China assumed control of the region from the United Kingdom. Cheng then looks ahead to the future to explain the range of likely outcomes in the months and years to come. Filmed on September 15, 2019 in Hong Kong.

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4. A Hong Kong Macro Play - Real Vision (subscriber content)

Is the 36-year-old currency peg between Hong Kong and the U.S. on the verge of collapse? Kevin Smith, CFA, founder and CIO of Crescat Capital, explains his short thesis on the Chinese Yuan and Hong Kong Dollar. In this interview with Justine Underhill, Smith reviews the debt buildup and imbalances in both places and highlights put options as a way to play the situation. He also updates viewers on his outlook for the S&P 500 and gold. Filmed on October 2, 2019.

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