Chinese inflation slows to 4.2% in November from 5.5% previously and against expectations of...

Chinese inflation slows to 4.2% in November from 5.5% previously and against expectations of 4.4%. The soft number will do nothing to stand in the way of Beijing continuing to loosen monetary policy. Hong Kong -1.7% and Shanghai flat following the sharp downturns in the West earlier today.
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  • Jackson999
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    Ha ha.


    Do they drop the 1 off of inflation numbers in China? Or only count a limited subset of products like in the USA which excludes food and energy in core (official) figures?
    8 Dec 2011, 09:40 PM Reply Like
  • jstratt
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    I would be careful about investing in China. I dont trust their numbers except to believe they are slowing. Besides they have never let the rule of law govern their activity.
    8 Dec 2011, 09:58 PM Reply Like
  • Buddy Canuspare
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    China has entrepreneurship! They don' need no stinkin' rule of law!
    9 Dec 2011, 12:13 AM Reply Like
  • untrusting investor
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    China risk assets will decline if other world risk assets decline. Which is the most probable outcome in 2012. No much China will be able to do about it with a globalized world these days.
    9 Dec 2011, 12:38 AM Reply Like
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    Can we believe anything the Chinese government says? For that matter, can we believe anything our own government says?!
    9 Dec 2011, 08:49 AM Reply Like
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