Last Wednesday, Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido was pushed into a political emergency. The reason was that he proclaimed himself the legitimate interim leader of the country, urging world governments to acknowledge him as Venezuela's interim president. This drove Maduro to cut connections with the U.S. and command all American diplomatic staff to leave the country in 72 hours. Now the U.S. penalties on Venezuela's oil firm will make the country to exchange its energy stocks with big discounts to buyers such as India and China.
US-China new tensions
Daily Analysis - 29/01/2019