Stocks to Avoid in a Chinese Downturn

Recent manufacturing data from China disappointed the market. It once again raised the question of whether growth in China can sustain these levels. Many believe that a Chinese slowdown could spiral the global economy into recession. This is because it is the world’s second largest economy. China is also Australia’s largest trading partner, purchasing 30.6 per cent of our exports. Our second highest trading partner is Japan, with a distant 12.7 percent. We believe that the Chinese will continue to …

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