A construction worker walks by the reflection of a woman eating her lunch in Beijing. China has cut taxes and stepped up spending to help counter the country’s worst slowdown since the global financial crisis, amid a bruising trade war with the US. Photo: AP
Richard Harris
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The View by Richard Harris

Brexit chaos adds to global risks, but the No 1 worry comes down to economic growth

  • Richard Harris says investors should keep a close eye on the GDP figures of major economies like China and Germany. However Brexit ends, it is already a drag on the struggling Chinese economy, and a slowdown will move the markets

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A construction worker walks by the reflection of a woman eating her lunch in Beijing. China has cut taxes and stepped up spending to help counter the country’s worst slowdown since the global financial crisis, amid a bruising trade war with the US. Photo: AP
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