Suddenly, China Has The Best Performing Stock Market On The Planet – What’s Next?

Suddenly, China Has The Best Performing Stock Market On The Planet – What’s Next?

Ok, well, China's official manufacturing gauge missed estimates for February, printing 49.2 versus consensus 49.5 on Thursday. That's not great and the trade indicators underscored ongoing concerns, as the imports subindex dove to 44.8 and the new exports gauge hit 45.2. Those are the lowest prints since the crisis. The non-manufacturing PMI fell as well, dropping to 54.3 this month, from 54.7 in January. Analysts pointed to some signs of stabilization and there were the obligatory nods to ho
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2 thoughts on “Suddenly, China Has The Best Performing Stock Market On The Planet – What’s Next?

  1. “…best performing stock market on the planet.” Certainly one of the most responsive to the blunderbussing amphetamine panacea of trillion$; but as always in violent death throes of pernicious idiopathic systemic failures, the crash cart of “Peoples'” Frankenstein engineering stands ready.

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