1. 25.09.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Business survey | Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | China | China Economic Panel
    In September, the CEP Indicator has experienced  a considerable drop and stands currently at minus 16.0 points.

    In the most recent survey for September (05-20/09/2018), economic expectations for China experienced a considerable drop. The CEP Indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months, currently stands at minus 16.0 points, 12.3 points lower than in the previous month (August 2018: minus 3.7 points). This means that the indicator has remained below the long-term average of 4.0 points since March 2018. The assessment of the current economic situation in China also worsened compared to the previous month, with the indicator dropping 7.5 points to a reading of 1.8 points. The assessment of the current situation has therefore experienced a decrease of 30.5 points since February 2018, when an interim high of 32.3 points was recorded.

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  2. 21.08.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | Business survey | Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | China
    In August, the CEP Indicator has recovered and stands currently at minus 3.7 points.

    According to the most recent survey in August (02/08/2018–15/08/2018), the economic outlook for China has recovered again after having declined considerably in the previous five months. The CEP Indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months, is currently at minus 3.7 points (July 2018: minus 10.9 points). However, the CEP indicator is still well below the long-term average of 4.3 points. Climbing 1.7 points to a level of 9.3 points, the assessment of the current economic situation in China was also more positive than the previous month.

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  3. 17.07.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Business survey | Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | China
    In July, the CEP Indicator again experiences a downturn and stands currently at minus 10.9 points.

    In the recent survey for July (27/06/2018–12/07/2018), economic expectations for China once again dropped considerably to a new level of minus 10.9 points (June 2018: 2.9 points). This represents the fifth consecutive decrease in the CEP Indicator, which is currently well below the long-term average of 4.5 points. The CEP Indicator reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months.

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  4. 05.06.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China | Cyclical indicator | Short-term forecast | Greater China | Business survey | China Economic Panel
    The ZEW/Fudan CEP indicator drops from minus 1.3 points to minus 2.9 points in June 2018

    According to the most recent survey for June (16/05/2018–01/06/2018), the economic outlook for China dropped slightly by 1.6 points to a new value of minus 2.9 points. This represents the fourth consecutive decrease in the CEP Indicator, which is currently well below the long-term average of 4.8 points. The CEP Indicator reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months.

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  5. 08.05.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    The ZEW/Fudan CEP indicator from May 2018 drops only slightly by 0.3 points to 1.3 points

    According to the most recent survey for May (18/04/2018–03/05/2018), the economic outlook for China dropped by 0.3 points to a new value of minus 1.3 points. The most recent reading of the CEP indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial market experts with regard to economic development in China over the coming twelve months, seems to suggest that the current economic situation will likely remain unchanged until well into the year 2019.

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  6. 10.04.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | Business survey | Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | China
    According to ZEW/Fudan, the value of the CEP indicator in April lies at minus 1.0 points

    In the April survey (20.3.–05.04.2018), expectations for the Chinese economy fell once again, albeit slightly. The CEP indicator has dropped 2.4 points since last month, bringing it to a current level of minus 1.0 points (March 2018: 1.4 points). The current results of the CEP Indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months, show that economic conditions are expected to remain largely unchanged over the current year.

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  7. 13.03.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | Business survey | Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | China
    The ZEW/Fudan CEP indicator has dropped by 13.3 points to a current value of 1.4 points

    In the March survey (22.02.–07.03.2018), economic expectations for China experienced a considerable drop. The CEP indicator now stands at 1.4 points, 13.3 points lower than in the previous month (February 2018: 14.7 points). This sees the CEP Indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months, return to its level from January 2018.

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  8. 13.02.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Business cycle research | Business survey | Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | China | China Economic Panel
    The CEP indicator rose from 1.1 points in the previous month to 14.6 points in February 2018

    In the most recent survey conducted in February (24 January–7 February 2018) expectations for the Chinese economy have improved again, with the CEP indicator climbing to 14.7 points. This corresponds to an increase of 13.6 points compared to January, and an impressive hike of 25.4 points compared to December 2017. According to the CEP Indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months, a significant improvement in the economic outlook for China has thus taken place since the end of last year.

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  9. 16.01.2018 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Business cycle research | Business survey | Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | China | China Economic Panel
    The CEP indicator rose from minus 10.7 in the previous month to 1.1 in January 2018

    In the most recent survey conducted in January (2–11 January 2018), expectations for the Chinese economy have improved again, rising to 1.1 points. In December, the indicator was still as low as minus 10.7 points. Nevertheless, the CEP Indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months, is still below the long-term average of 5.0 points. The survey does, however, not reveal a downward trend in expectations. Instead, since around 2014, expectations have been seen to fluctuate around a relatively constant average value.

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  10. 19.12.2017 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | Business survey | Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | China
    In December, the CEP Indicator declines further and stands currently at minus 10.7 points.

    In the most recent survey conducted in December (4–13 December 2017) expectations for the Chinese economy fell once again, leaving the index at a level of minus 10.7 points, 18.3 points lower than in November. The CEP Indicator, which reflects the expectations of international financial market experts regarding China’s macroeconomic development over the coming twelve months, has thus once again come in well below the long-term average of 5.1 points.

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