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China Risks Economic 'Hard Landing' in Next Two Years

Greg McKenna, Chief Market Strategist, AxiTrade

06-Mar-17 07:07

China Risks Economic 'Hard Landing' in Next Two Years

China has plans to grow its economy by about 6.5 percent in 2017, which is a slight adjustment from last year's 6.5 - 7 percent range target. Greg provides his outlook on the globe's second-largest economy, and its spillover effects on the rest of the world.

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Tags:  economic expansionfiscal stimulushard landingChina adjustmentXi JinpingDonald TrumpJanet Yellenrate normalizationglobal growthrate hikejulian ng


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