The assumption in Chinese financial markets has been that if the data showed the Chinese economy slowing further, the People's Bank would ride to the rescue with increased stimulus. Well, the data did it's part on Monday. Industrial output rose just 4.4% year over year in August. That was the lowest rate of growth in […]
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