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China’s equity markets remained under pressure for the quarter
Indian economy grows at its fastest rate in nine quarters, driving domestic consumption and manufacturing growth.
Trade tensions and renminbi weighed on Chinese equity markets in July but Indian equity markets rose.
Latest sell-off in China seems prompted by Trump’s focus on trade agenda
Resilient China equity markets amid trade and political uncertainty.
China consumption continues while India rebounds after earnings results.
For market observers, it appears the spell of ultra-low volatility that had been cast over the global equity landscape during the past 12-18 months has been broken.
Trade tensions between China and US while India announces improved macro numbers.
Chinese leadership seek long-term stability as Indian GDP exceeds estimates
China’s real GDP growth for FY2017 increased to 6.9% from 6.7% in 2016, the first annual acceleration since 2010.
China markets fluctuate while India hits new heights
People’s bank presses ahead with reform amid slower growth
Chinese consumption remains strong while India looks to increase growth
To invest in an economy of over 1.3 billion people, a GDP of US$21 trillion and an all-powerful, all-seeing Communist government, you need to look at things a little differently.
The Communist Party of China’s decision to hold its quinquennial congress (the 19th CPC), slightly earlier than anticipated on 18 October is a positive development.