An employee works on the assembly line of Great Wall Motors in Chongqing on September 22. China’s expected recovery should be a blessing for global recovery and world trade growth in 2023 as economic activity speeds up again. Photo: Xinhua
An employee works on the assembly line of Great Wall Motors in Chongqing on September 22. China’s expected recovery should be a blessing for global recovery and world trade growth in 2023 as economic activity speeds up again. Photo: Xinhua
David Brown
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by David Brown

China recovery and policy easing could make 2023 a year to remember for investors

  • With so much bad news already factored in during 2022, there is the chance markets could be surprised on the upside by unexpectedly better news in 2023
  • The stock market’s reputation as the top predictor of the economic cycle means investors should anticipate better news rather than looking over their shoulders

An employee works on the assembly line of Great Wall Motors in Chongqing on September 22. China’s expected recovery should be a blessing for global recovery and world trade growth in 2023 as economic activity speeds up again. Photo: Xinhua
An employee works on the assembly line of Great Wall Motors in Chongqing on September 22. China’s expected recovery should be a blessing for global recovery and world trade growth in 2023 as economic activity speeds up again. Photo: Xinhua
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