‘Chinese Shock’ Would Suppress Global Rates, Trade, Fitch Says 

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“A greater-than-expected deceleration in Chinese economic activity would have far-reaching implications for global growth, corporate credit quality and monetary policy,” the researchers said. “Lower-for-longer in terms of growth, interest rates and commodity prices could be the defining mantra of this decade for the major advanced economies if a Chinese shock scenario materializes.”

Source: ‘Chinese Shock’ Would Suppress Global Rates, Trade, Fitch Says – Bloomberg Business