China Economy May Grow 7.3% This Year, Hess Says

May 9 (Bloomberg) -- William Hess, a director at PRC Macro Advisors, talks about China's economy and government policies. China's consumer inflation decelerated to the slowest pace since October 2012 and the decline in factory-gate prices persisted, National Bureau of Statistics data released today in Beijing showed. Hess speaks from Singapore with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move." (Source: Bloomberg)
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48:19 - Bloomberg’s Mark Barton charts the eighth daily gain on the MSCI All Country World Index, as minutes from the Federal Reserve's September meeting bolsters the view interest rates won't rise until next year. Mark takes a look at the MSCI Asia Pacific Index, the Bloomberg EMFX Index and Zinc.
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