Slump in Domestic New Orders and PMI Decline Respond to China's Anti-inflation Tightening
The decline was mainly driven by a slump in domestic new orders, suggesting manufacturers might become more cautious amid the government's tightening measures in response to rising inflation.
15 Best China Stocks to Buy in the Year of Rabbit
The current uptrend in both investable China and China A-shares should persist in 2011, although gains are likely to be larger in 1H11.
No More Bank Lending Quota in China? A Dream Distant
Though Beijing may not explicitly announce a number, it will have to set the annual (or even monthly) loan quota for the banking system, and we think the core of "dynamic adjustment of differentiated RRR" is about how to allocate total lending quota among individual banks.
China's Strong Growth Momentum and Inflation Acceleration: Inadequate Upfront Tightening?
The chief risk at the current juncture is inadequate upfront tightening, which would contribute to even higher inflation and trigger a potential panic, political campaign-style tightening later, in our view.
China's Investment Momentum:RMB 4 Trillion for Water Projects
Beijing could adjust the pace of FAI in water projects to smooth the pace of economic growth.
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