This is the 3rd in a series or articles focusing on the emerging markets that have come under fire this year. The first 2 articles focused on India and Brazil, while this one will explore the opportunities in China.
The main culprit for the emerging market declines has been the supposed rampant inflation. China has been no exception to this fear. Inflation, though, has decidedly peaked in China with the November figure showing month over month declines.
This has allowed China to lower bank reserve ratios once already and will likely lead to further cuts especially since the government raised ratios to over 20% at the start of this year.
Read the full article at Seeking Alpha.
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