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Five Main Things To Watch In Today's Chinese GDP Report

There is one simple reason why when the Chinese Q3 GDP print is revealed shortly, it will be an utterly meaningless indicator - the number, as not only traders but the general public know, is a goalseeked, arbitrary political construct meant to convey not information about the economy, but - at best - about Beijing's intentions what it may or may not do in the future regarding future monetary or fiscal (which as we showed just hit an all time high) stimulus.
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