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Here’s how to prevent the next China crisis

thetimes.co.uk — This week's market crash hit investors hard. If Beijing gets its way, the next one could be worse China's slowdown is only to be expected for an economy that's reached middle-income status after three decades of astonishing growth.

How a Chinese slowdown will hit global growth

factsandarts.com — by Linda Yueh Fellow in Economics, Oxford University - Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School 26.08.2015 As China's markets fall and drag down global equities, the underlying concern is undoubtedly how much a slowdown in the Chinese economy will affect the rest of the world.

How a Chinese slowdown will hit global growth

theconversation.com — As China's markets fall and drag down global equities, the underlying concern is undoubtedly how much a slowdown in the Chinese economy will affect the rest of the world. Since the 2008 global financial crisis, China has notably emerged as one of the twin engines of world growth.
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China’s economic sneeze might be infectious

gulfnews.com — According to a modern version of Metternich's saying, when the US sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold. Does the same now apply to the world's second-largest economy? If China implodes, could it drag down the global economy with it?

This isn’t China’s Lehman moment - yet

theguardian.com — According to a modern version of Metternich's saying, when the US sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold. Does the same now apply to the world's second largest economy? If China implodes, could it drag down the global economy with it?
Aug 13, 2015

RT @StEdmundHall: Thought-provoking comment by Fellow @lindayueh in @guardian on China's economic slowdown & impact on rest of economy http…

Aug 13, 2015

RT @guardian: This isn’t China’s Lehman moment – yet | Linda Yueh trib.al/CF3JBER

Aug 15, 2015

RT @LBS: "For China to break out of the middle-income trap, it will have to raise productivity and innovation" @lindayueh: ow.ly/QTqPQ

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China’s abnormal stock market

jordantimes.com — China's stock market has plunged yet again, this time by 8.5 per cent - the market's second-largest fall in a single day, and the largest since the global financial crisis. The roller-coaster ride is far from over. In fact, China's stock market is more like a casino than an amusement-park attraction.
Aug 08, 2015

RT @LBS: China’s stock market has plunged by 8.5 per cent. The roller-coaster ride is far from over, writes @lindayueh @LBS ow.ly/Qzv6x

Aug 09, 2015

RT @LBS: The rollercoaster ride is far from over for China says @lindayueh: ow.ly/QBRtZ

Aug 10, 2015

RT @LBS: What's the big question for China's stock market according to @lindayueh? ow.ly/QBS0t

La anormalidad de la Bolsa china

project-syndicate.org — LONDRES - La Bolsa china ha vuelto a hundirse, esta vez un 8,5%, la segunda mayor caída del mercado en un solo día, y la mayor desde la crisis financiera global. Y este paseo en la montaña rusa todavía no terminó.
Jul 29, 2015

RT @danielsalasdani: La anormalidad de la Bolsa china by Linda Yueh via @ProSyn #oped po.st/Gf1Lbd vía @po_st

Volatility of China's stock market is no surprise

japantimes.co.jp — China's stock market has plunged yet again, this time by 8.5 percent - the market's second-largest fall in a single day, and the largest since the global financial crisis. The roller-coaster ride is far from over. In fact, China's stock market is more like a casino than an amusement-park attraction.
Jul 29, 2015

RT @latikia: Volatility of China’s stock market is no surprise by Linda Yueh via The Japan Times: All Stories ift.tt/1H1Aw7b

Jul 30, 2015

RT @StEdmundHall: Read what St Edmund Hall Fellow @lindayueh has to say about volatility of China's stock market and reasons behind it japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2015/0…

China’s Abnormal Stock Market

project-syndicate.org — LONDON - China's stock market has plunged yet again, this time by 8.5% - the market's second-largest fall in a single day, and the largest since the global financial crisis. The roller-coaster ride is far from over. In fact, China's stock market is more like a casino than an amusement-park attraction.
Jul 28, 2015

RT @ProSyn: #China's Abnormal Stock Market: @lindayueh explains why government intervention has only caused greater volatility bit.ly/1VLaG2p

Jul 29, 2015

My latest #oped: state buyers stem crash for now. #China’s Abnormal Stock Market by Linda Yueh via @ProSyn po.st/xJWZYv via @po_st

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Making the invisibles in the economy visible

bbc.co.uk — Services such as banking, consultancy, law, education and retail make up around four-fifths of the UK economy. But output in these sectors is often invisible or intangible, and hard to measure. And the UK sells a lot of services overseas. Ranked only after the US, the UK is the second biggest exporter of services in the world.
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Aug 27, 2015

US growth stronger than expected: Q2 GDP upgraded to 3.7% from 2.3% on.ft.com/1hHRMKt ...while China stumbles: interesting for rates

Aug 27, 2015

RT @Pennsworld: Excellent episode of @BBC_Analysis w/@lindayueh:UK is no2 gloablly in exporting services, manufacturing declining goo.gl/0SAQuP

Aug 26, 2015

RT @LBS: China’s slumping stock prices: @lindayueh says previous interventions have heightened rather than subdued volatility: ow.ly/RnODc


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