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Wanda is part of a group of Chinese conglomerates that have piled up debt to the point where some view them as posing systemic risk to China’s economy; this summer, under political pressure, Wanda sold off some assets.
In June, a senior banking regulator warned that some of the country’s biggest companies could pose a systemic risk to state banks, reflecting Beijing’s anxiety that mounting debt levels could destabilize the Chinese economy.
My perception is that in general, there is no asset bubble growing that could have systemic risk at this stage.
People traditionally demand very high returns to take on systemic risks with high uncertainty, said Jerry Taylor, president of the libertarian Niskanen Center, whose thinking on climate change was significantly influenced by Litterman.
Debt Battle Zhou also said China remains confident in its ability to fend off systemic risks and keep its fundamentals healthy and stable.
Beijing this month imposed stricter liquidity rules on money-market funds over concerns of systemic risk if a sudden event triggered large-scale redemptions.
The Brady commission urged that a single regulator be empowered to take a comprehensive view of this newly unified market and to act whenever and wherever a systemic risk emerged.
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