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The property sector remains under pressure
Services activity remains hostage to the ravages of the virus
Disparity with Chinese official data driven by falling new orders and employment, and further supply delays
Japanese capex data hints at little revision to GDP
Resumption of Chinese demand lifts Korean trade, but it’s also flattered by lumpy ship exports
The end of the energy crisis boosts manufacturing
Construction leads a rebound in non-manufacturing amidst infrastructure push
Japan remains set for a healthy rebound in Q4
Chinese property sector update
Disparity with official survey probably reflects geographic spread of latest Covid outbreaks
The PBoC lifts its foot from the brake ever so slightly
Intensifying energy crisis weighed on manufacturing activity in October
Rising Covid cases once again disrupted the services sector
Base effects and energy support Korean exports
A return to headline inflation for Japan masks ongoing core deflation.
Surprising strength from the manufacturing PMI.
The axe is yet to fall for Evergrande.
Optimism around Covid lifts the service sector
Stress continues for the property sector
Manufacturing weakens as energy rationing bites
Fading Delta wave boosts services, but Evergrande starts to weigh
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