It's only confusing if you don't know the relationship between growth in the Chinese economy and gains in the Chinese stock market. News overnight on Monday had the official purchasing managers’ index (PMI) dropping down to 50.2 in October, the lowest since July 2016 and down from 50.8 in September. (Anything below 50 signals a […]
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