China’s Stability Falters as Factory Output, Credit Growth SlowBloomberg News
Retail, investment, factory output all miss analyst forecasts
Aggregate financing, new loans rise at slowest pace in 2 years
China’s recent economic stabilization faltered in July as factory output, retail sales and investment all slowed, while the broadest measure of new credit rose the least in two years.
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