Fireside Chats - Big stimulus in the pipeline, but China won’t rescue the Global economy again

In this episode of our Fireside podcast series Jordan Rochester and our Chief China Economist Ting Lu discuss the outlook for China.

  • The current China view and the scenarios to growth that the COVID-19 situation presents
  • What big bang fiscal stimulus we should expect from China and how this will or will not feed into a Global growth rebound
  • What lessons we can learn from China’s experience of relaxing social distancing measures and the risks of a second wave of infections.

Contributor

  • Jordan Rochester

    FX Strategist

  • Ting Lu

    Chief China Economist

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