Pantheon Macroeconomics - Wednesday's money data confirmed that Chinese households have continued to borrow into Q2 but at a slower rate than in 2016.  The slowdown will really set in during the second half, and into 2018.  Households have done a sterling job of taking over the borrowing baton from corporates, but they can't do everything.

Asia Documents | 16 June 2017 Chinese Growth to Slump Under the Burden of Deleveraging
Wednesday's money data confirmed that Chinese households have continued to borrow into Q2 but at a slower rate than in 2016. The slowdown will really set in during the second half, and into 2018. Households have done a sterling job of taking over the borrowing baton from corporates, but they can't do everything.

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16 June 2017 Chinese Growth to Slump Under the Burden of Deleveraging

By Freya Beamish

Wednesday's money data confirmed that Chinese households have continued to borrow into Q2 but at a slower rate than in 2016. The slowdown will really set in during the second half, and into 2018. Households have done a sterling job of taking over the borrowing baton from corporates, but they can't do everything.

Posted: 15th Jun 2017 in 'Asia Documents'

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