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China Economics > China Economics Update — Key challenges await Hong Kong’s new chief executiveChina Economics > China Economics Update — What do Wen’s comments mean for property and the renminbi?Commodities > Commodities Update — China's strong commodity imports not set to lastChina Economics > China Economics Update — Huge trade deficit, but questions too over domestic demandChina Economics > China Economics Update — Stop worrying about the new growth targetCommodities > Commodities Update — Copper prices to drop as China’s demand falls shortChina Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation falls, but activity disappoints at start of yearChina Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Feb.)China Economics > China Economics Update — Key takeaways from the National People’s CongressChina Economics > China Economics Update — Questions over credibility of China’s budget
China Economics > China Watch — What to watch for at the National People’s CongressChina Economics > China Data Response — Manufacturing PMIs (Feb.)Commodities > Commodities Update — Soybean prices to fall back as China’s demand disappointsCommodities > Commodities Update — A tale of two exchangesChina Economics > China Economics Update — How rapidly will China relax capital controls?Commodities > Commodities Data Response — Improvements in PMIs mask underlying fragilityChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Feb.)China Economics > China Chart Book — Policy loosening proceeds at a crawlChina Economics > China Economics Update — Gradual policy easing to continueGlobal Economics > Global Economics Focus — How well will growth in emerging economies hold up?
China Economics > China Economics Update — Current account surplus falling but trade frictions to remainCommodities > Commodities Analyst — Prices to drop sharply on euro break-up fearsGlobal Economics > Global Economics Focus — What can emerging economies do to help the rest of the world?Commodities > Commodities Update — China’s commodity imports show renewed weaknessChina Economics > China Data Response — Lending & Foreign Trade (Jan.)China Economics > China Watch — Another look at China's shifting labour marketChina Economics > China Data Response — Consumer Prices (Jan.)China Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Jan.)China Economics > China Activity Monitor — Property crumbling, but strength elsewhereGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — China will not bail out euro-zone alone
Commodities > Commodities Update — Cotton rally set to unravelChina Economics > China Chart Book — Policymakers in no hurry to loosenGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — Global growth prospects - where we differ from consensusChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Jan.)Commodities > Commodities Data Response — China’s growth will not be enough to avert price declinesChina Economics > China Economics Update — Will China’s rebalancing last?China Economics > China Economics Update — Unexpectedly strong in Q4, but property problems loomingChina Economics > China Data Response — Consumer Prices (Dec.)China Economics > China Data Response — Foreign Trade (Dec.)Commodities > Commodities Data Response — Chinese copper imports hit record high in December
China Economics > China Economics Update — NBS business conditions survey (Q4)China Economics > China Watch — How should we think about the leadership transition?China Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Dec.)China Economics > China Activity Monitor — Activity continues to slowChina Economics > China Chart Book — Weak start to 2012Commodities > Commodities Data Response — Weak PMIs highlight downside risks to metals pricesChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Dec.)This article appears in multiple services — How vulnerable is Asia to a euro-zone banking crisis?China Economics > China Economics Update — Global slowdown will expose failure to boost consumptionChina Economics > China Economics Update — Policymakers embrace pro-growth stance
China Economics > China Data Response — Foreign Trade (Nov.)Commodities > Commodities Data Response — Rising Chinese commodity imports are not set to lastChina Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation plummets, activity slowsChina Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Nov.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — What would a euro-zone break-up mean for Asian markets?China Economics > China Economics Update — What would a euro-zone break-up mean for China’s markets?China Economics > China Data Response — PMIs (Nov.)China Economics > China Watch — People's Bank signals major shiftChina Economics > China Activity Monitor — Growth slowingEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Focus — Is emerging Asia experiencing a property price bubble?
Commodities > Commodities Data Response — Chinese slowdown adds to global concernsChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Nov.)Commodities > Commodities Update — What's behind the rebound in China's copper imports?China Economics > China Chart Book — Policy starts to turnChina Economics > China Economics Update — How badly will China’s exporters be hit?Commodities > Commodities Update — Can China's demand offset the impact of the euro crisis?China Economics > China Data Response — Lending and Broad Money (Oct.)Commodities > Commodities Data Response — China’s imports of commodities (Oct.)China Economics > China Data Response — Foreign Trade (Oct.)China Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation tumbles
China Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Oct.)China Economics > China Watch — China on cusp of policy shiftChina Economics > China Data Response — PMIs (Oct.)This article appears in multiple services — Chinese whispers alone won't save the euroChina Economics > China Activity Monitor — Growth holds up in face of headwindsChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Oct.)Commodities > Commodities Data Response — No hard landing for China but demand outlook still poorChina Economics > China Chart Book — Smaller firms feel tightening squeezeGlobal Economics > Global Economic Outlook — Growing risk of another recessionChina Economics > China Economics Update — Stable in Q3, but problems looming
China Economics > China Economics Update — What should we make of the fall in China’s FX reserves?China Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation in declineCommodities > Commodities Data Response — China’s Imports of Commodities (Sep.)China Economics > China Data Response — NBS business conditions survey (Q3)China Economics > China Data Response — Foreign Trade (Sep)China Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Sep.)China Economics > China Watch — Renminbi on the move againCommodities > Commodities Update — How big a risk is a Chinese property crash?China Economics > China Economics Update — Is China facing a property market collapse?China Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Manufacturing PMI (Sep.)
China Economics > China Activity Monitor — Growth stabilisingChina Economics > China Chart Book — Global weakness to drag on growthChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Sep.)Commodities > Commodities Update — Euro-zone crisis leaves more upside for goldChina Economics > China Economics Update — The view from the ground – Q3 2011China Economics > China Economics Update — Import data point to recovery in domestic demandChina Economics > China Economics Update — Slower inflation and continued weakness in consumptionChina Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Aug.)China Economics > China Watch — Premier Wen unshaken by market turmoilChina Economics > China Data Response — PMIs (Aug.)
China Economics > China Activity Monitor — Signs of summer growth revivalChina Economics > China Chart Book — Renminbi spurt revives talk of currency reformCommodities > Commodities Data Response — Any support from China to prove temporaryChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash PMI (Aug.)China Economics > China Economics Update — How could China help the rest of the world?China Economics > China Data Response — Lending and Broad Money (July)Commodities > Commodities Data Response — China's commodity imports remain weakChina Economics > China Data Response — Foreign Trade (July)China Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation rises, but economic activity is weakChina Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Jul.)
China Economics > China Economics Focus — Is investment-driven growth running out of steam?China Economics > China Data Response — PMIs (Jul.)China Economics > China Watch — How would China react to a US downgrade?China Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash PMI (Jul.)Commodities > Commodities Data Response — PMI signals Chinese demand still losing momentumChina Economics > China Activity Monitor — Growth bottoming outChina Economics > China Activity Monitor — Growth bottoming outChina Economics > China Chart Book — Still-rising pork prices add to near-term inflation risksChina Economics > China Economics Update — How interest rate policy undermines China’s growthCommodities > Commodities Update — Interpreting China’s steel output
China Economics > China Economics Update — Hard landing fears recede, but imbalances growChina Economics > China Economics Update — What was behind the lending rebound?Commodities > Commodities Data Response — China’s imports of commodities collapseChina Economics > China Economics Update — No need to panic over inflation surgeChina Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Jun.)China Economics > China Watch — What do the leading indicators tell us about the outlook?China Economics > China Economics Update — Could rate hikes push China into a hard landing?This article appears in multiple services — Can Asia avoid the middle-income trap?China Economics > China Activity Monitor — Economy still slowingChina Economics > China Chart Book — Equity markets may be turning the corner
This article appears in multiple services — Can China solve the euro-zone’s problems?China Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash PMI (Jun.)Commodities > Commodities Data Response — Chinese demand continues to coolGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — Would Chinese reserve diversification hurt the dollar?China Economics > China Economics Update — The view from the ground - Q2 2011China Economics > China Economics Focus — Unravelling the mystery of China’s trade dataChina Economics > China Economics Update — People's Bank still in tightening modeChina Economics > China Economics Update — Weaker lending adds to growth concernsCommodities > Commodities Data Response — China's Imports of Commodities (May)China Economics > China Data Response — Foreign Trade (May)
China Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (May)China Economics > China Data Response — PMIs (May)Capital Daily > Capital Daily — Beware the seasonality in China's official PMIChina Economics > China Watch — How much further will China tighten?China Economics > China Activity Monitor — Gradual slowdown, not hard landingCommodities > Commodities Data Response — China Flash PMI (May)China Economics > China Economics Update — Does China face a hard landing?China Economics > China Economics Focus — Is China serious about rebalancing?China Economics > China Chart Book — Power shortages unlikely to undermine growthCommodities > Commodities Update — China's commodity demand to disappoint