Last quote by Raymond Yeung
The key risk is Trump's trade policy. The external risk of China is obviously heightened, at the same time how Fed will move policy rates in the U.S.
Jan 20 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Raymond Yeung is associated, including China and US. Most recently, Raymond Yeung has been quoted saying: “Producers are tempted to fire their engines again in the face of rising prices. The government will not fully welcome the rapid recovery of the PPI.” in the article China vows to contain corporate debt levels as inflation heats up. An other article where Raymond Yeung has been quoted is China producer prices hit five-year highs.
Quotes by Raymond Yeung
Jan 10 2017
Producers are tempted to fire their engines again in the face of rising prices. The government will not fully welcome the rapid recovery of the PPI.
Jan 10 2017
The PPI returning to positive is a kind of stabilization that can help industrial profits to improve; that can alleviate some of the liquidity pressure of corporates. The bottom line is that as long as the Chinese government is able to prevent deflation, (they can) buy time in order to fix some of the structural problems such as overcapacity, the economic outlook of China is not entirely pessimistic.
Dec 18 2016
Everyone's following the trend.
Oct 10 2016
In my estimation, banks would need to fill gap of 1.4 trillion yuan in the worst case scenario. A simple tax waiver from the government would take care of this gap and so this is unlikely to cause financial instability.
Oct 10 2016
A simple tax waiver from the government would take care of this gap and so this is unlikely to cause financial instability.
Sep 08 2016
The size of the pick-up suggests that there may also have been some improvement in import volumes last month.
Jul 22 2016
High M1 growth of 24.6 percent year-on-year in June cannot be entirely explained by the sales proceeds of property developers. Financial data of listed companies indicate that other industries are responsible for half of the increase in the cash balance, indicating a structural weakness in the economy.