China Growth Rebounds After Li Stimulus

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Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) -- China’s economic growth accelerated for the first time in three quarters, as Premier Li Keqiang spurred factory output and investment to meet the government’s expansion goal for 2013. Michael McKee reports on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

We have some good news in our global outlook, finally, about china's economy accelerating, helping move stocks higher around the world.

Economics editor mike mckee has more details.

Good news but always, what have you done for me lately?

Other numbers suggest it may not last bit don't know if you want to trust the numbers are not, it is up to you.

But it does reflect a mini stimulus infrastructure spending -- gdp other than expected, 7.8%, a reversal of the trend.

Freight, credit growth all higher.

In 2012, growth was over eight percent, often double digit.

The days are over of this because there is concern about a slowdown.

Retail sales have been flat.

They have not come in as strong as expected.

So, betty, we can enjoy it while it lasts but it may not last too long.

Economics editor mike mckee.

We will watch.

Carol massar is here with a

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