China Flash PMI Drops Most In 6 Months

China’s HSBC Flash PMI missed expectations rather notably (50.4 vs 50.8 exp) and dropped its most MoM since May as the hope-mongering of a China-led renaissance in global growth is dashed on the shores of liquidity reality. It was a mixed bag – providing just enough for everyone under the covers. New exports orders dropped to 3-month lows and employment flipped into the deteriorating camp but manufacturing output rose to its highest in 8 months (sure, why not – the “if we build it then we’ll vendor finance it” model worked before, right?) Market reactions are generally bad-news-is-bad-news with US equity futures down and the Hang Seng extending losses.



The PBOC is offering up some liquidity today but at notably higher rates once again – so the tightening bias remains…


via Zero Hedge Tyler Durden

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