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    Gavekal Dragonomics

    CEQ Q4 2014 - Socialist Rule Of Law, Hong Kong Democracy Movement

    So What Exactly Is 'Socialist Rule Of Law With Chinese Characteristics'?

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    Gavekal Dragonomics

    CEQ Q4 2014 - The Market Is Open - Should You Buy?

    Foreigners can now invest in domestic Chinese shares through their Hong Kong brokers. Unfortunately, there are precious few reasons to buy.

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    CEQ Q4 2014 - Quiet Empire Building Along The New Silk Road

    China is pursuing infrastructure diplomacy in Central Asia, and it wields a big checkbook. The recipients of its largesse have mixed feelings.

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    CEQ Q4 2014 - End Of The Golden Age

    Xi Jinping’s reforms are clearly designed to benefit Chinese firms at the expense of their foreign competitors. Even so, foreign investment keeps pouring in.

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    CEQ Q4 2014 - The Not So Grand Plan For Fixing State Enterprises

    China has launched a new round of state-owned enterprise reform, a welcome move after a decade of stasis. So far this reform is less a coherent plan than a collection of initiatives by officials and executives.

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    CEQ Q4 2014 - Squaring The Circle: How The Reforms Can Work

    China could keep economic growth running at 7% or morewith the right policy package. Xi Jinping’s blueprint gets fiscal reform right,but falls short in other areas.

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    CEQ Q4 2014 - Our Country, Your Problem

    Much commentary on China assumes that beneath its tough veneer the Party is fragile and walks on a knife-edge of popular discontent. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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    The Great Policy Convergence

    Yesterday’s announcement that the European Central Bank is preparing to buy government bonds from the first quarter of next year is an event of historic importance. As the logical follow-up to Mario Draghi’s commitment to expand the ECB’s balance sheet by €1trn, yesterday’s statement by ECB vice-president Vitor Constâncio confirms beyond reasonable doubt that Europe is ready, at last, to implement full-blown quantitative easing, over-riding the...

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    Housing & Construction Review

    Is the latest downturn in China’s housing market just another cyclical correction, or the bursting of an unsustainable bubble? To cut through the confusion surrounding this key part of the economy, it is crucial to understand the fundamentals. In this chartbook, our annual review of the housing and construction market, Rosealea explains our outlook for the long-term prospects for housing demand in China; explores the implication of changing...

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    Five Corners (26 November): Capital Spending In 2015

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    Global Central Banks Are Driving Appetite For US Cyclicals

    The rebound in US equities since their mid-October trough has been impressive. After giving up almost all its year to date gains in just four weeks, the S&P 500 snapped back even more quickly, ending October at a new record high. Since then, it has extended its advance to notch up a YTD gain of 12%. Yet, until just a few days ago, the relative performance of sectors within the index indicated a degree of caution on the part of investors....

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    5C China: Rate Cuts Are No Cure For Weak Capex

    As inflation has weakened in China since 2011, the real interest rates paid by corporate borrowers have risen steadily. At the same time demand growth has slowed across the board. Heavy industrial firms in particular—and most state-owned enterprises fall into that basket—operate in sectors suffering from overcapacity with scant top line growth and particularly acute deflationary pressure. It is little wonder then that few are keen to pay higher...

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    China's Rate Cut: Diminished Returns

    First the Bank of Japan, then the European Central Bank, now comes the People’s Bank of China. On Friday evening the PBOC cut its benchmark interest rates for the first time since July 2012. The direction of the move had long been foreseen, but the timing of the announcement came as a surprise. We had expected concerns over China’s high levels of domestic debt would enable the central bank to resist pressure to cut rates until the first quarter...

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    Gavekal Dragonomics

    The Great Normalization Of Chinese Oil Demand

    China’s investment-heavy and energy-intensive model of economic growth has meant that it accounted for about two-thirds of global oil demand growth over the past decade. This frenzy of building, manufacturing and freight movement resulted in an extra 450,000 barrels of oil, on average, being consumed each day. But as China’s economy eases into a lower growth trajectory and energy-efficiency policies are toughened, oil demand growth could halve...

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    Xi’s Long Game

    Summit meetings of APEC, the Asia-Pacific economic cooperation talking shop, rarely produce much of interest beyond a funny group photo of 21 heads of state struggling to look comfortable in ersatz local dress of the host country. But last week’s summit in Beijing, the companion state visit of President Obama, and the subsequent G-20 summit in Australia produced a surprisingly substantial feast of positive news. The deal flow was a testament to...

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    What If The Yen Falls Another 20%?

    Japan’s woeful third quarter performance—the economy contracted at an annualized 1.6% rate, pushing the economy into a technical recession—has killed any remaining expectations that the government of Shinzo Abe will proceed with its original plan to raise the country’s sales tax for a second time next year to 10%. In the absence of further fiscal consolidation, this will leave the prime minister’s ‘Abenomics’ policy to revitalize Japan’s economy...

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    A Creditless Recovery For Housing?

    The extended decline in China’s housing sales is finally showing clear signs of reaching a bottom. The latest data show the decline in national property sales narrowed sharply in October, with volumes dropping just 1.6% after a 10.3% fall in September. And the daily transaction figures reported by a number of major cities suggest market activity continued strengthening in November. This improvement is primarily a response to the favorable...

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    Five Corners (12 November): The Commodity Fallout

    Overview: Louis Gave Considers the poor performance of gold mining stocks and wonders if energy companies are set to go the same way.

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    China's Geostrategic Ambition

    Xi Jinping is making good on his promise to restore China’s position on the world stage. On Monday, China agreed to slash tariffs on high-tech imports, breaking almost 18 months of deadlock with the US over how to update the WTO’s Information Technology Agreement. In coming to terms, China showed it is willing to work with the US in support of multilateral trade frameworks. But China’s President Xi also used his chairmanship of this year’s Asia-...

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    Now That You Can, Should You Buy Shanghai?

    After years of frustration, months of speculation and repeated assertions that ‘there is no firm timetable,’ the world’s biggest inaccessible stock market is finally opening up to foreign investment. From next Monday, the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect program will allow international investors to buy and sell around 560 of the largest A-shares listed in Shanghai directly through their Hong Kong broker, without all the hassle of complying with...

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