Shane Oliver shares his Insights on China

Oliver’s Insights –  China’s turn: 
This note provideed by AMP looks at the recent outbreak of worries about a hard landing in China. The key points are:
• Slowing exports, tight credit and a slowing property market suggest the risks regarding China have increased. Policy makers may also be slow to respond, resulting in further short-term uncertainty.
• However, so far there is no sign of a hard landing and while there are likely to be bouts of uncertainty, it is unlikely thanks to spending on social housing, solid consumer demand &and a likely easing in economic policy late this year or early next. But don’t expect a re-run of the  4 trillion Renminbi stimulus that was seen in 2008-09 as public debt is higher today and it was ultimately overkill anyway.
• Chinese shares are cheap, but require monetary easing before their fortunes turn decisively.

Read more here: Olivers-Insights – Chinas-turn

Amanda is the Adviser Director of Wealth Planning Partners. She is passionate about assisting her clients with The WPP Way, helping them Secure, Build and Succeed financially. She is Gold Coast based, but loves travelling domestically and internationally.

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