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Markets are getting keyed up about possible Chinese stimulus, but China may stand fast. Its...

Markets are getting keyed up about possible Chinese stimulus, but China may stand fast. Its economy, though slowing, is still growing at a reasonable rate, and Chinese policymakers need to tread carefully with the economy ahead of this year's transition to new political leadership.
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  • into dark shadows
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    The chart of China's slide into oblivion is all you need to see!

     

    I got news for all the bubble blowin QE talk junkies,
    if China was going to whip out its QE stun gun , it sure would have done it back before their market imploded!

     

    They can huff and puff all they want,
    but their time has come and gone.
    At least they aren't afraid of the harsh medicine they know they need to administer!

     

    Hey Benny the Bookie,
    you could learn something from the Chinese,
    you spineless coward!
    Strong dollar NOW!
    3 Sep 2012, 02:28 PM Reply Like
  • D'Alambertfan
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    Passive-aggressive poetry aside, the Chinese still have plenty of room for QE; and their leadership is unlikely to screw up fiscal policy any worse than our Congress. But they'd still be better off allowing for more political freedoms.
    11 Sep 2012, 04:05 PM Reply Like
  • Sam Liu
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    Remember inflation
    11 Sep 2012, 05:54 PM Reply Like
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