China's Anonymous Economic Oracle Signals Shift From DebtBloomberg News
Unnamed writer in party paper seen as warning from on high
Underscores opaque policy making in world's No. 2 economy
To get a read on U.S. economic policy, investors may parse minutes from Federal Reserve meetings. In Europe, they scrutinize Mario Draghi’s public remarks. When it comes to China, they’re increasingly studying an "authoritative person’s" anonymous prognostications in the Communist Party’s most important newspaper.
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