Year Of The Rabbit 2011 Predictions

February 3, 2011 by staff 

Year Of The Rabbit 2011 Predictions, An announcement about changes zodiac sign made last month to everyone in arms over what to expect when it comes to predictions for 2011 but we are pleased to announce that the Chinese Zodiac remained the same and, for those interested, today marks the first day of the year of the rabbit!

True, February 3rd, 2011 marks the first day of the year of the rabbit that means many things for people bore this year and what each can expect for 2011. The first thing you should know is that if you’re a rabbit. The years of a rabbit, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999 and 201.If you are a rabbit you have the following characteristics: bright, wise, fashionable, kind, mysterious, affectionate and cuddly. You like being the center of attention, but only occasionally. For the most part, you’re a big-party donor and host, but prefer to focus on someone else.

2011 will be a good year for rabbits, particularly in the areas of work and careers. Your outgoing personality will put you in an excellent position to compete for promotions at work. From March to May and October-November are the months to wait. A lot happens in these periods of time that will make your whole year a memorable one.

Bunnies can only expect to find love this year. August, September and December will be a time intensive and can be stressful for many of its large rabbits to make sure you keep your heart open to love, especially during these months. If you let love in 2011 could be a make it or break it for a year for your love life. Rabbits tend to be more compatible with sheep, pigs & dogs.
Year of the Rabbit – a zodiac sign representing a chance, agility and malice. When herbivorous mammals bit emerges from its burrow on February 3 and greets us with “Kung Hei Fat Choi” while chewing on a carrot, an auspicious lunar new year yet delicate begins.

Under the spell of magic rabbit active stock markets in China and Hong Kong will adopt 20% growth, supported by gains promising, but the two economies continue to be distracted by feeding excess liquidity and asset bubbles Inflation, Credit Suisse, said yesterday in its annual report on how to spend your lai see.

Therefore, investors need to be as agile as the hare, in other words, they need to be mentally equipped with ears long and muscular hind legs to detect the potential gain and, pending the leakage losses, according to the bank. A very difficult year for investor’s effect.

The bank believes that there will be a growth of 25% in the A-share, H-share markets and the MSCI China with promising prospects of gain, while Hong Kong Hang Seng Index (HSI) can gain of 22 % and property prices in Hong Kong may surge another 30% from now until the end of 2011. The prediction seems in line with the belief that astrologers stock prices tend to raise in the years to rabbit because the rabbit is the luckiest sign in the Chinese calendar.

However, three years earlier rabbit show a mixed picture. The HSI has been a phenomenal growth of over 75% in 1975, but 1987 was the year of the Hong Kong stock market crash. And although 1999 saw a sharp rise in the HSI, it has been known to be a bounce after the Asian financial crisis.

In 2011, inflation is the greatest risk to China that the country is likely to record a growth of 9.3% of GDP for the year, according to Credit Suisse.

“It looks like a slowdown compared to 10.3% last year. However, for China, a slowdown in GDP is not a problem, inflation,” said Dong Tao, an economist at Regional the bank.

Tao believes China’s inflation, which should reach 6% by mid 2011, will increase prices for food service costs. The reason is that countries suffering from a severe labor shortage that “more jobs available in central and western China, the infrastructure projects growing need workers and people are generally reluctant to move to the cities where the cost of living coasts are much higher than in the hinterland. ”

Chinese migrant workers have received wage increases averaging 14% last year and their salary will increase by 20% to 30% in the coming years, according to Tao.

Similarly, inflation and consumer prices both assets will be a key issue for Hong Kong in 2011.
Hong Kong is surrounded by the monetary policies of the United States and China, which are not really suited to its own economy, the city is immersed in an excess liquidity, again, the real interest rates are near zero for percent, which will surely send housing prices more, the bank said.

The asset inflation increasingly also create more social tension internally as the distribution of wealth has already become polarized, it added.

Hong Kong people, especially children and single people who traditionally receive lai see during Chinese New Year, will feel the effects of inflation and the money they receive will decrease in real terms.

However, Credit Suisse gave investors a bit of how their lai see more generous, naming eight stocks with a potential average increase of 36% over the next 12 months, namely AMVIG, Great Eagle, Kaisa Midland Realty, Peak Sports, Skyworth, Sparkle Roll Texhong.

That said, given that the market will be as difficult as the rabbit, investors are advised to check before jumping.

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