Doubts about China’s economic outlook, and Beijing’s choice to pursue deleveraging rather than stimulus, have been the major source of anxiety for investors in recent months. Photo: AP
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Don’t blame flimsy trade war truce – exposed by Huawei arrest – or the Fed for market turbulence. Instead, look to China’s economic woes

  • Nicholas Spiro says doubts about China’s economy, as well as Beijing’s confused response to the slowdown, are the real source of investor anxiety, not recent developments

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Doubts about China’s economic outlook, and Beijing’s choice to pursue deleveraging rather than stimulus, have been the major source of anxiety for investors in recent months. Photo: AP
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