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Evening Headlines Bloomberg: Beyond the Headlines: Five Things to Watch in China’s GDP Report. With the world’s second-largest economy stable for now, you’ll need to look under the hood to see where the real action is when China releases its third-quarter economic report card on Wednesday. Gross domestic product probably expanded 6.7 percent from a year earlier in the three months through September, the same pace as the previous two quarters and smack in the middle of the government’s full-year target pace, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists ahead of a report due Wednesday at 10 a.
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