Zugzwang: Chinese Policy Makers Playing Chess With Few Good Moves AvailableMark Melin
In chess the strategic thesis of "zugzwang" highlights the point in the match where any change in the status quo weakens a player’s position. A Barclays report wasn’t considering the big bank’s fate relative to the U.S. elections in this report, but was rather focusing on China. In drawing such conclusions on China’s lack of good options, the report seems to confront differing analysis from UBS, which notices subtle changes in how money is being lent in the region as a simulative . . .
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