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China Economics > China Data Response — Hong Kong GDP (Q2)China Economics > China Watch — Three reasons why growth should hold up in coming quartersEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — Credit slowdown to weigh on Asian growthChina Economics > China Watch — Uptick in sales won’t spark property revivalPrecious Metals > Precious Metals Data Response — China’s gold imports (May)China Economics > China Economics Update — Severe demographic headwinds to hold back Hong KongPrecious Metals > Precious Metals Data Response — China’s gold imports (Apr.)China Economics > China Activity Monitor — The worst may be overChina Economics > China Data Response — Hong Kong GDP (Q1)China Economics > China Chart Book — PBOC steps up policy support
China Economics > China Economics Update — Will curb on visitors hurt Hong Kong’s economy?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — AIIB – what is all the fuss about?China Economics > China Chart Book — Policymakers strike sanguine noteChina Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong set for rebound in the year of the sheepChina Economics > China Economics Update — Could Hong Kong survive a property market collapse?China Economics > China Economics Update — How durable is the Hong Kong peg?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — Lower oil prices to support growthChina Economics > China Markets Monitor — Equities surge following rate cutChina Economics > China Data Response — Hong Kong GDP (Q3)China Economics > China Watch — China Watch - Labour market remaining resilient despite property gloom
China Economics > China Economics Update — “Occupy Central” not the only headwind to Hong Kong’s economyChina Economics > China Economics Update — How much does Hong Kong matter to China?China Economics > China Markets Monitor — Protests overshadow equity opening in Hong KongChina Economics > China Economics Update — What next for Hong Kong?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Credit growth in Emerging Asia still unsustainableChina Economics > China Chart Book — More targeted support for small firmsEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Property price bubbles a key riskChina Economics > China Markets Monitor — Renminbi regaining lost groundEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Emerging Asia has less to fear from Fed tighteningChina Economics > China Chart Book — Constraints on banks, not demand, behind loan slump
China Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong's economy should rebound from Q2 dropChina Economics > China Economics Focus — Is the level of borrowing costs in China a problem?China Economics > China Markets Monitor — Shanghai equities on a tearChina Economics > China Watch — What does the anti-corruption campaign mean for the economy?China Economics > China Markets Monitor — Upward pressure on renminbi is buildingChina Economics > China Chart Book — FX accumulation by firms allows PBOC to step backChina Economics > China Chart Book — NPL ratio remains low but is set to climbChina Economics > China Data Response — Hong Kong GDP (Q1 14)China Economics > China Watch — Would a further slowdown in growth threaten employment?China Economics > China Markets Monitor — Further RMB weakening tests the PBOC’s nerves
China Economics > China Chart Book — Oversupply weighs on property sectorEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Four risks to watch out for in Emerging AsiaChina Economics > China Economics Update — A new route for foreigners to invest in China’s equitiesChina Economics > China Markets Monitor — Liquidity tightens againChina Economics > China Chart Book — Hand of People’s Bank seen in currency fallChina Economics > China Economics Update — Premier Li shrugs off slowdown concernsChina Economics > China Economics Update — Initial thoughts on the National People’s CongressChina Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong set for gradual recoveryChina Economics > China Economics Update — Would Hong Kong benefit from higher interest rates?China Economics > China Chart Book — No shift of monetary stance
China Economics > China Chart Book — Plenum promises shift in market rulesChina Economics > China Economics Update — Subdued recovery in Hong KongChina Economics > China Markets Monitor — China’s equities fall, market rates riseChina Economics > China Economics Update — How long will the Hong Kong peg last?China Economics > China Economics Update — Growth in Hong Kong set for gradual recoveryChina Economics > China Markets Monitor — Property stocks lead rebound againEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — NIEs underperformance set to continueChina Economics > China Economics Update — Growth in Hong Kong to remain lacklustreEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — South East Asia to outperformChina Economics > China Economics Update — Signs of recovery in Hong Kong, but risks to downside
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Property prices in Emerging Asia - an updateChina Economics > China Watch — Stirring property sector reawakens over-investment fearsChina Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong's low unemployment no support for domestic demandThis article appears in multiple services — The US fiscal cliff: implications for AsiaChina Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong property still heading for a crashChina Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong economy unlikely to rebound anytime soonChina Economics > China Economics Update — How long will the Hong Kong peg last?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — How bad were the Q1 data for emerging Asia?China Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong falters in Q1Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — Asia well placed to withstand weaker global growth
China Economics > China Economics Update — Key challenges await Hong Kong’s new chief executiveGlobal Economics > Global Economics Focus — How well will growth in emerging economies hold up?China Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong growth to remain weak despite expansionary budgetThis article appears in multiple services — How vulnerable is Asia to a euro-zone banking crisis?China Economics > China Chart Book — Policy starts to turnChina Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong facing a difficult year aheadChina Economics > China Chart Book — Smaller firms feel tightening squeezeChina Economics > China Chart Book — Global weakness to drag on growthChina Economics > China Chart Book — Renminbi spurt revives talk of currency reformChina Economics > China Chart Book — Still-rising pork prices add to near-term inflation risks
China Economics > China Chart Book — Equity markets may be turning the cornerChina Economics > China Chart Book — Power shortages unlikely to undermine growthChina Economics > China Economics Update — Strong Hong Kong growth stokes property bubble fearsChina Economics > China Chart Book — China’s dollar dilemma unresolvedChina Economics > China Chart Book — Households on the back footChina Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong property bubble growingChina Economics > China Chart Book — Revamped data show property prices still rising slowlyChina Economics > China Chart Book — Banks squeezed by reserve ratio hikesChina Economics > China Chart Book — Markets rethink policy outlookChina Economics > China Chart Book — Inflation returns to top of policy agenda (Nov 10)
China Economics > China Economics Update — How much longer will Hong Kong hold on to its dollar peg?China Economics > China Chart Book — Renminbi gains likely to fade (Oct 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — Heat rising again over renminbi (Sep 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — Construction slowdown gathers pace (Aug 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — Slowdown exposing reliance on stimulus (Jul 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — How big a deal are recent wage increases? (Jun 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — Property crackdown shakes markets (May 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — Renminbi set to rise again against dollar, but slowly (Apr 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — Government still central to the recovery (Mar 10)China Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong growth set to surprise on upside
China Economics > China Chart Book — Still waiting for Chinese consumption (Feb 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — Tightening to proceed very gradually (Jan 10)China Economics > China Chart Book — China confirms policy continuity for 2010 (Dec 09)China Economics > China Chart Book — China returned to rapid growth in Q3 (Oct 09)China Economics > China Chart Book — China shows no signs of flagging (Sep 09)China Economics > China Chart Book — China on a risky path to recovery (Jul 09)China Economics > China Chart Book — Still waiting for a rebound (May 09)China Economics > China Chart Book — China’s spending stimulus is smaller than it seems (Apr 09)China Economics > China Chart Book — Too soon to expect a rebound in China (Feb 09)China Economics > China Chart Book — Growth halved and heading to 5% (Jan 09)
China Economics > China Chart Book — Will the stimulus come too late? (Dec 08)China Economics > China Chart Book — China moves to arrest slowdown (Nov 08)China Economics > China Chart Book — Fall in renminbi appreciation expectations is overdone (Aug 08)China Economics > China Chart Book — Chinese equity investors floundering again (Jun 08)China Economics > China Chart Book — Chinese equity investors floundering again (May 08)China Economics > China Chart Book — Consumption rebounds (Feb 08)China Economics > China Chart Book — China’s poorest get an income boost (Nov 07)China Economics > China Chart Book — China’s export ambitions take a hit (Sep 07)China Economics > China Chart Book — Higher inflation does not mean China is overheating (Aug 07)China Economics > China Chart Book — China shows first signs of domestic rebalancing (Jul 07)
China Economics > China Chart Book — Chinese inflation is under control (Jun 07)China Economics > China Chart Book — Hot, but not overheating (Apr 07)China Economics > China Chart Book — Surge in trade surplus may only be temporary (Mar 07)China Economics > China Chart Book — Unbalanced growth cannot be sustained (Feb 07)China Economics > China Chart Book — Latest data signals continued strong growth (Oct 06)China Economics > China Chart Book — Still little evidence of overheating (Aug 06)