China's official PMI rose more than anticipated, up 0.2 from April to 50.8 in May and raising...

|By:, SA News Editor

China's official PMI rose more than anticipated, up 0.2 from April to 50.8 in May and raising optimism that the world's second-largest economy may be stabilizing. The reading is 0.3 higher than expected. The picture should get rounded out on Monday with the release of the HSBC survey of small and private firms. Related ETFs: FXI, MCHI, GXC, PEK.