Lu Ting, Wang Lisheng, Wang Jing and Wendy Chen | China’s property market conditions could worsen significantly in the first quarter of 2019 before rebounding, and it will likely take Beijing longer than usual to come to the rescue. A number of entrenched nonmarket-based property policies — such as restrictions on home purchases, sales and prices — are key hurdles to making timely policy adjustments.
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China’s economy got off to a slow start in the third quarter, with key indicators gauging factory activity and mining, investment and general consumption falling in July to their lowest levels in months, official figures showed Monday.
The biggest financial risk this August – a month particularly prone to financial crises, like the last one which began in August 2007 – is geostrategic: the ongoing misunderstanding between Trump and North Korean leader Pyongyang.
MADRID | The Corner | Once again markets have embraced optimism about China, leaving fears of a hard landing and a credit crisis that dominated in 1Q behind. As Barclays analysts pointed out on Thursday, the onshore equity market has risen 6% in the past two weeks, with the low-valuation bank and property sectors advancing more than 10%.