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Why China’s slowdown is bad for global stocks

Posted on 28 May 2013 with no comments from readers

Chinese policy makers need to address key structural issues like high debts, a glut of real estate and over capacity before the economy can advance again. The loss of Chinese growth is bad news for the world and that will be bad for global stocks argues Pu Yonghao, regional chief investment officer for Asia Pacific at UBS Wealth Management in Hong Kong.

He talks about China’s economy and global stocks with Rishaad Salamat and Susan Li on Bloomberg Television’s ‘Asia Edge.’

Posted on 28 May 2013 Categories: Banking & Finance, Bond Markets, Investment Gurus, US Stocks, Video Channel

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