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RPT-UPDATE 2-China Nov new loans jump more than expected, modest easing seen on track

Dec 10 2019

* Modest c.bank easing seen on track to support slowing economy

UPDATE 2-China Nov new loans jump more than expected, modest easing seen on track

Dec 10 2019

* Modest c.bank easing seen on track to support slowing economy (Adds analyst comment, context)

China's factory activity surprises with fastest expansion in three years: Caixin PMI

Dec 02 2019

BEIJING China's factory activity showed surprising signs of improvement in November, with growth picking up to a near three-year high, a private sector survey showed on Monday, reinforcing upbeat government data released over the weekend.

China urged to lower 2020 growth target as trade war bites

Nov 27 2019

BEIJING China should lower its economic growth target to around 6% for 2020 and step up stimulus as its trade war with the United States has exacerbated a protracted slowdown, government advisers said ahead of a key leadership meeting on the economy.

REFILE-China urged to lower 2020 growth target as trade war bites

Nov 27 2019

BEIJING, Nov 27 China should lower its economic growth target to around 6% for 2020 and step up stimulus as its trade war with the United States has exacerbated a protracted slowdown, government advisers said ahead of a key leadership meeting on the economy.

RPT-UPDATE 5-China raises $6 billion in its biggest ever international bond sale

Nov 26 2019

BEIJING/HONG KONG/LONDON, Nov 26 China raised $6 billion in its biggest ever international sovereign bond sale on Tuesday, as it pounced on the year's sharp dive in borrowing costs.

U.S.-China trade deal close, Trump says; negotiations continue

Nov 26 2019

WASHINGTON/BEIJING The United States and China are close to agreement on the first phase of a trade deal, U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday, after top negotiators from the two countries spoke by telephone and agreed to keep working on remaining issues. | Video

China raises $6 billion in its biggest ever international bond sale

Nov 26 2019

BEIJING/HONG KONG/LONDON China raised $6 billion in its biggest ever international sovereign bond sale on Tuesday, as it pounced on the year's sharp dive in borrowing costs.

China's house price growth to hit five-year low in 2020: Reuters poll

Nov 25 2019

BEIJING China's house prices are expected to grow just 3.1% next year, the lowest over a calendar year since 2015, a Reuters poll showed, with tightening policies continuing to cool the market even as some easing is expected to prevent a sharp slowing.

Jobs at risk as China's services sector feels heat of trade war

Nov 14 2019

BEIJING Annual profits at China's Ningbo S-Power International Logistics Co are down a sharp 40% year-on-year, and export orders have also fallen at a similarly dizzying rate.

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