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  • uploads///Chinas New Yuan Loans fell sharply in February
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    China’s New Yuan Loans, Aggregate Financing Dropped in February

    China’s aggregate financing also fell sharply from 3417.3 billion yuan ($525 billion) in January to 780.2 billion yuan ($120 billion) in February.

    By Lynn Noah
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    China’s New Yuan Loans and Aggregate Financing Plummeted in April

    China’s aggregate financing dropped to 751.0 billion yuan ($115.2 billion) in April from 2.3 trillion yuan ($361 billion) in March.

    By Lynn Noah
  • uploads///Chinas New Yuan Loans rises in November
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    China’s New Yuan Loans and Aggregate Financing Rise in November

    The rise in new yuan loans doesn’t directly impact the overall performance of mutual funds. But with the rise in credit flow in the economy, mutual funds with large exposures to financials benefit.

    By Lynn Noah
  • uploads///Chinas Official Non Manufactuirng Purchasing Managers Index
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why China’s Official Non-Manufacturing PMI Was Down in February

    China’s official non-manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (or PMI) is an economic indicator that provides a snapshot of the non-manufacturing sector of an economy.

    By Lynn Noah
  • uploads///China Outlook
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    What’s in Store for the Chinese Economy in 2016?

    China’s exports and imports are down due to weak demand globally and falling commodity prices.

    By Lynn Noah
  • uploads///Performance of China Focused Mutual Funds
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    How the SSE Composite Index Performed Last Week

    The Shanghai Stock Exchange (or SSE) Composite Index was dragged down 2.4% from December 22 to December 29 and ended at 3,563.7 points on December 29, 2015.

    By Lynn Noah
  • uploads///Chinas Foreign Exchange Reserves
    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Is the Chinese Economy Really Stabilizing?

    China’s currency is flowing out of the economy. With the rate hike looming in the US, Chinese investors are parking their funds in dollar-denominated assets.

    By Lynn Noah
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Further Weakness: What’s in Store for the Chinese Economy?

    In October, China’s exports (in US dollar terms) fell 6.9% year-over-year (or YoY) to $192.4 billion while imports fell 18.8% year-over-year to $130.8 billion.

    By Lynn Noah
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