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Chart of the day: China property recovery in slow lane

Chart of the day: China property recovery in slow lane

12 Jun 2015 - 9:25PM

Chart of the day: China property recovery in slow lane

Chart of the day: China property recovery in slow lane
Chart of the day: Pressure for more easing
Chart of the day: Double the drag

Societe Generale said housing starts and property sales acted as a drag on the mainland economy, which remained lacklustre across the board.

23 Oct 2014 - 6:25AM

Societe Generale said housing starts and property sales acted as a drag on the mainland economy, which remained lacklustre across the board.

Chart of the day: Double the drag
Chart of the day: Little monetary relief in China

The mainland's M2 money supply growth eased to the second-lowest pace in August since the first quarter of 2012, according to Societe Generale, falling to 12.8 per cent year on year from 13.5 per cent in July.

16 Oct 2014 - 5:51AM

The mainland's M2 money supply growth eased to the second-lowest pace in August since the first quarter of 2012, according to Societe Generale, falling to 12.8 per cent year on year from 13.5 per cent in July.

Chart of the day: Little monetary relief in China
Chart of the day: capital spending looking up

Societe Generale says capital expenditure spending intentions appear to be picking up across the board in the United States, according to the National Federation of Independent Business small business survey.

27 Sep 2014 - 5:33AM

Societe Generale says capital expenditure spending intentions appear to be picking up across the board in the United States, according to the National Federation of Independent Business small business survey.

Chart of the day: capital spending looking up
Chart of the day: Debt break down

Apparently, there is a big question about the solution to the 12.7 trillion yuan (HK$15.98 trillion) debt already owed by the mainland's cities, counties and villages, since only provincial governments are to be given formal access to the debt market.

11 Sep 2014 - 12:11PM

Apparently, there is a big question about the solution to the 12.7 trillion yuan (HK$15.98 trillion) debt already owed by the mainland's cities, counties and villages, since only provincial governments are to be given formal access to the debt market.

Chart of the day: Debt break down
Chart of the day: US firms put on strong show