Archive for March, 2012File not found. China’s inflation slowed to 3.2% in February 2012
China’s inflation slowed to 3.2% yoy in February after a slight pickup in January, giving more rooms for policy accommodation.Bank of England MPC maintains interest rate and asset purchase programme unchanged
The Bank of England has decided to leave Bank rate unchanged at 0.5%, and the asset purchase programme (quantitative easing) unchanged at £325 billion.China Economy: 2012 and beyond (Part 4) – Rebalancing The Economy
Rebalancing will undoubtedly happen, the only important question is how it will look like.China Economy: 2012 and beyond (Part 3) – Debts
While no one is sure how many debts there are in China, there are certainly more than anyone could imagine.China Economy: 2012 and beyond (Part 2) – Real Estate Bubble
There are simply too many properties that exist, and too many are being built and will be built.China Economy: 2012 and beyond (Part 1) – Demographics
While population ageing means labour shortage further down the road, whether it will be inflationary is a big problem.China economy: 2012 and beyond
Every thing from demographics to real estate bubble.So Luftwaffe can solve the Eurozone crisis?
Wolfgang Münchau suggested that the idea of securitising Target 2 claims is just as extreme as sending in the Luftwaffe to solve the Eurozone crisis.Wen Jiabao: China targets 7.5% GDP growth, 4% inflation
China will target GDP growth of 7.5% and inflation of 4%. M2 growth will be at 14%, while, housing curbs will be continued.Property developers are hiring security guard to…
Costs of hiring security guards in Hangzhou have risen as property developers get people to fend off their “enemies”.China’s loans demand appears weak
February new loans for Chinese banks could disappoint again, as if did on January, as loans demand appears weak.China Manufacturing PMI shows further expansion in February
China’s manufacturying picked up pace slightly in February. But be aware of the possible post-Chinese New Year distortion.