As US companies were reporting their earnings this week, China held its fourth plenum, at which members of the Communist Party’s Central Committee met. Photo: Reuters As US companies were reporting their earnings this week, China held its fourth plenum, at which members of the Communist Party’s Central Committee met. Photo: Reuters
As US companies were reporting their earnings this week, China held its fourth plenum, at which members of the Communist Party’s Central Committee met. Photo: Reuters
Hannah Anderson
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Hannah Anderson

What US earnings season and China’s fourth plenum have in common

  • Both corporate leaders and China’s Central Committee must answer the question of whether they can continue to deliver high growth
  • However, while American company earnings and China’s economic growth face many similar challenges, they are on different trajectories

As US companies were reporting their earnings this week, China held its fourth plenum, at which members of the Communist Party’s Central Committee met. Photo: Reuters As US companies were reporting their earnings this week, China held its fourth plenum, at which members of the Communist Party’s Central Committee met. Photo: Reuters
As US companies were reporting their earnings this week, China held its fourth plenum, at which members of the Communist Party’s Central Committee met. Photo: Reuters
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