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"This Is Bearish" Goldman Warns, Saying Not To Expect More China Stimulus
03-12-2020, 11:54 AM,
"This Is Bearish" Goldman Warns, Saying Not To Expect More China Stimulus
"This Is Bearish" Goldman Warns, Saying Not To Expect More China Stimulus

<span property="schema:name" class="field field--name-title field--type-string field--label-hidden">"This Is Bearish" Goldman Warns, Saying Not To Expect More China Stimulus</span>

<div property="schema:text" class="clearfix text-formatted field field--name-body field--type-text-with-summary field--label-hidden field__item"><p>With the US scrambling to come up with a fiscal stimulus response or <em>any </em>credible response to the coronavirus pandemic for that matter, investors have been looking to China with growing desperation to bail them out - just as it did in 2008. Only it's not looking too good, because one day after China - whose debt/GDP is now about 350% compared to just over 100% during the financial crisis - reported a huge drop in its monthly credit injection as measured by its February's Total Social Financing series, which crashed to a record low after January's record high...</p>

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<p>... earlier this morning Goldman's commodity sales desk blasted out a short and sweet email, which may have crushed any hopes that China will bailout the market.</p>

<p>Citing a quote by China's premier Li, published overnight in an official <a href="">Chinese government website</a>:</p>


<p>... which Goldman's desk translates as the following:</p>

<p><strong>"As long as we stablize the economy this year, and as long as employment is stable this year, it will not be a big deal if the economic growth rate is higher or lower."</strong></p>

<p>Goldman's Adam Gillard writes that this is confirmation that Premier Li is now guiding down stimulus, and warns that "<strong>Chinese investors have fully priced stimulus, which is why Oct rebar is unchanged vs pre-virus levels, despite record inventories.</strong>"</p>

<p>His conclusion, which one can confirm by taking a quick look at any market today, was simple: "<strong>This is bearish.</strong>"</p>
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<a href="">Tyler Durden</a>
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