China Manufacturing Stumbles as France Sees Growth

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March 24 (Bloomberg) -- In today’s “Global Outlook,” Bloomberg’s Trish Regan and Chris Williamson, chief economist at Markit, examine manufacturing data from China and Europe on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”

From today's manufacturing figures?

There's a lot to talk about here.

China, growth slowing down, while contract at an increased rate.

Signs that the chinese authorities may well step up their efforts to try to reinvigorate growth.

The seven percent growth target in jeopardy with those numbers.

A rebound in the french numbers, france has been made the highest recovery it this session so far.

All in all, the euro has seen its best quarter since the spring of 2011. what is driving that?

There has been an upturn in germany and its neighbors which has been the main source of it.

We have been spreading to the likes of italy and spain.

These countries have done a lot to adjust to the new environment, driving down there.

We are five tears down the line, and it is going to happen sometime.

Crisis fears at ease, and they're promising to do whatever it would take, and that has had a big impact.

We have some growth surge or jury coming through.

Investor like the idea of central banks promising to do whatever it takes.

We saw that play out here in the united states.

There is that less of a market reaction than you would think as a result of that for ibm data out of china.

Is that because investors are thinking well of things that that we know that the chinese government will do something?

Indeed.

It is not so bad that it is wriggling a hard landing of a but it is going to have a definite effect on the global economy and be a big concern in that respect.

It is a further sign that the domestic economy and china is softening.

Domestic manned -- demand, and authority should be able to do something to stimulate the domestic economy.

They have already alluded to that saying they will bring forward some spending that was earmarked for this year super bowl that forward.

Thank you.

We are glad to have market data.

That doesn't for a balloon, make sure you tune and at 3:00 p.m. i will be speaking with larry summers, former treasury secretary of the united states.

We're going to address the issue of income inequality, minimum wage.

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