Friday, August 21, 2015


China's PPI

Producer prices in China have been in "deflation" since March 2012. Not only is that 41 consecutive months of falling prices (insofar as this index captures that effect), that month is ubiquitous as a trend demarcation in so many other places. It's as if the Chinese economy and its production, particularly the marginal orientation for external production, were directly linked with the US economy's very real shirking demand. China's producer prices have had the good effort of displaying quite consistently US recession.

ABOOK Aug 2015 China PPI Recession

ABOOK Aug 2015 China PPI

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