Shocker: China's Economic Growth Comes Out Exactly as Planned - TheStreet.com

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the projected dollar-figure growth of China's economy this year as $1.1 trillion. The correct figure is $650 billion, not $1.1 trillion. Well, well well. China announced its first quarter ...

China's economic growth slows but stabilizes - USA TODAY

China's growth rate ticked lower in the first quarter to 6.7%, the nation's statistics agency said Friday. The decline matched forecasts, but was also the slowest quarterly growth for the world's second largest economy since the global financial crisis.

New Sign Of Slowing Growth In China: Two Reasons To Stay Calm - Forbes

Growth in the world's most feared and revered economy, China, came to just 6.7% in the first three months of the year, the lowest year-on-year quarterly gain since 2009. Can we panic yet? The figure comes as no surprise, since academics and officials ...

China Economy Continues to Slow - Voice of America (blog)

China economy laborers work on the scaffolding of a construction site at an industrial zone in Beijing, China, April 14, 2016. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on В Контакте · Share on Google+ · Email to a Friend. Print. See comments ...

China could be stabilising as stimulus efforts pay off - Telegraph.co.uk

It is too early to sound the all-clear. After all, we haven't yet heard the fat lady sing. She hasn't even begun to mount her rostrum (if indeed she has one). So you could reasonably accuse me of being premature. But it is beginning to look as though ...

China Property Boost to GDP May Wane After Debt-Fueled Rise - Bloomberg

China's expansion may face stronger headwinds this year should the debt-fueled boost from real estate, a key driver of recent economic growth, prove unsustainable. The economy grew 1.1 percent in the first quarter from the prior quarter, the slowest ...

UBS raises China 2016 GDP growth forecast - China.org.cn

Swiss bank UBS has upgraded China's gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast in 2016, citing encouraging new economic indicators and loose credit and fiscal policy support. "We now see 2016 real GDP slowing more modestly to 6.6 percent [vs. our ...

The Truth about Chinese Unemployment Rates - Project Syndicate

SHANGHAI – Since 2002, China's economy has undergone significant changes, including a shift from acceleration to deceleration of GDP growth. Yet the official urban unemployment rate, jointly issued by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) and the ...

Global finance officials seeking ways to boost growth - Business Insider

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew talk at the G-20 Finance Minister and Central Bank Governors group photo, during the World Bank/IMF Spring Meetings at IMF headquarters in Washington, Friday, April 15, 2016.

Stimulus measures ease slowdown in Chinese growth - World Socialist Web Site

The Chinese government reported Friday that the nation's economy grew by 6.7 percent in the first quarter of this year, the lowest quarterly result since the beginning of 2009. The figure was in line with the government's target of growth between 6.5 ...

GDP growth in first quarter reveals economy stabilizing - China.org.cn

New data show that the Chinese economy is stabilizing, thanks primarily to growth in the service industries and internet-based businesses, although the manufacturing sector remains weak. This aerial photo taken on March 29, 2016 shows a view of the ...

How China Will Trigger a Global Stock Market Crash - Money Morning

The Chinese government has engineered a global stock market crash that could strike at almost any time, but at most is no more than a few years away. It would be easy (although incorrect) to assume this is part of a Beijing master plan. After all, we ...

China Stimulus May Prop Up Global Economy, But For How Long? - Investor's Business Daily

The world's No. 2 economy is in a transition from an industrial, export-based economy to one led by services and domestic demand. (TPG/Newscom). CIARAN MCEVOY; 4/15/2016. Facebook · LinkedIn · Print · Twitter · Share. Reprints. China's latest headline ...

China economy: Are traders overestimating its health? - CNBC

Strategists say it will only take another disappointing economic report from China for global investors to once again put the country at the top of their worry list. Seema Mody | @SeemaCNBC. Sunday, 17 Apr 2016 | 1:03 PM ET CNBC.com. SHARES ...

In China, It Only Takes 11.9 Units Of New Loans To Create 1 Unit Of GDP - ValueWalk

Allow us to be not impressed by China's recent “meeting” of GDP expectations. It's true that China's real GDP printed 6.7% YoY in line with estimates, published just 11 business days after the end of the quarter, and calculated to the highest degree of ...

China, Commodities and Central Banks: 3 Swing Factors for the Global Economy - Barron's

The almost seven-year-old “BBB economic expansion” of the global economy has been underwhelming all along, and this year it will likely feel even more BBB: bumpy, below-par and brittle. PIMCO is forecasting calendar year 2016 global real GDP growth of ...

China's Transition 'Not a Big Problem' for US - U.S. News & World Report

China just experienced its worst quarter for growth in more than six years. But U.S. economists aren't terribly concerned. By Andrew Soergel | Economy Reporter April 15, 2016, at 12:50 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. China's ...

This is the most useless number in global finance, and everyone needs to stop being obsessed with it - Business Insider

If you're trying to understand what's going on with China's economy, then looking at GDP should be really far down on your list of things to do. In fact, it's pretty much useless. Still, whenever it comes out, the world sits up, dusts off its reading ...

Chinese money is desperate to get out of China - Quartz

But the slowdown continues, with the world's second largest economy expanding 6.7% in the first quarter of 2016, compared to the same quarter of the prior year. That's the slowest growth since the depths of the Great Recession back in 2009.

China reverts to bad old ways to prop up economy - CNNMoney

It was less than four months ago that China was sneezing and the rest of the world was catching a cold. Turmoil in Chinese equities and currency markets in early January spooked investors worldwide. The fear was that policymakers in Beijing were losing ...