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China's big miss on Q1 GDP might show the country nearing its "Pettis Moment" in which the...

China's big miss on Q1 GDP might show the country nearing its "Pettis Moment" in which the country's growth must slow as the economy shifts reliance from investment to consumption. JPMorgan's Jing Ulrich says over-investment is responsible for the "sub-par economic expansion" and likely a key factor in the poor performance of Chinese stocks. A chart of CAF vs. the S&P since the 2009 bottom.
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