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Chart of the Week: China M2 Money Supply vs. Chinese GDP

Posted By Barry Ritholtz On May 2, 2005 @ 2:09 pm In Economy,Markets,Technical Analysis | Comments Disabled

Is China a leading or lagging indicator? (Possibly both).

China M2 Money Supply vs. Chinese GDP
click for larger chart

Chinagdp_edit_2 [1]

Source: Michael
Panzner

Money Supply softening in China could precede a slowdown in the manufacturing giant’s economy. The upside is that Chinese Central Bankers remain as concerned about inflation as the Fed. The downside is they probably are just as impotent to stop it.
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