1. 02.07.2014 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | China

    Two weeks prior to the announcement of official growth figures for the second quarter of 2014, financial experts have adjusted business cycle expectations for China upwards according to the new results of the China Economic Panel (CEP), which captures the expectations of financial analysts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months. The CEP Indicator gains almost 17 points in the current survey period (June 10 to 30, 2014) reaching a level of 21.4 points. This is equivalent to a five-month high.

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  2. 04.06.2014 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | China

    Business cycle expectations for China have resumed their downward trend according to the current results of the China Economic Panel (CEP). After a transient four-week increase, the CEP Indicator reaches a value of 4.7 points in the current survey period (May 14 to June 2, 2014), which is close to a six-point decrease. The CEP Indicator captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months. The indicator is part of the CEP, a monthly survey by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) and Fudan University among experts on China from financial, research and economic departments of banks, insurances, investment companies and industry.

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  3. 09.05.2014 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | China | Business Cycle, Growth, and Economic Structure

    After four consecutive drops, the CEP Indicator of Economic Sentiment for China slightly improved by 2.8 points in its current survey period (April 14 to May 7, 2014), reaching a new value of 10.5 points. The CEP Indicator captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months.

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  4. 02.04.2014 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | Economic data | China | Business Cycle

    In the current survey (March 12 to March 28, 2014) the CEP Indicator of Economic Sentiment for China worsened by 3.2 points reaching a value of 7.7 points. This is the fourth decline of economic expectations for China in a row. Since December 2013, the CEP-Indicator has lost about 23 points. The CEP Indicator captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months.

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  5. 05.03.2014 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China | Business Cycle | China Economic Panel | Economic data

    In the current survey (February 24 to March 3, 2014) the CEP Indicator of Economic Sentiment for China has worsened by 9.8 points, reaching a value of 10.9 points. The CEP Indicator captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months.

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  6. 11.02.2014 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | Economic data | China | Business Cycle

    In the current survey (January 20 to February 10, 2014) the CEP Indicator of Economic Sentiment for China has slightly worsened by 3.7 points reaching a value of 20.7 points. The CEP indicator captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months. Still, the majority of the surveyed experts assume economic conditions to improve further.

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  7. 08.01.2014 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    China Economic Panel | Business Cycle | China | Economic data

    In the current survey (Dec. 16, 2013 to Jan. 2, 2014) the CEP-Indicator of Economic Sentiment for China worsened slightly by 6.4 points reaching a value of 24.4 points. The CEP-Indicator captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months. Still, more than 67 per cent of the surveyed experts assume economic conditions to improve further.

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  8. 04.12.2013 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Economic data | China | China Economic Panel | Business Cycle

    In November the CEP-Indicator of Economic Sentiment for China has improved by 26.3 points reaching a value of 30.8 points. The CEP-Indicator captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months. About 75 percent of the surveyed experts assume economic conditions to improve further.

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  9. 12.11.2013 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Economic data | China Economic Panel | Business Cycle | China

    In October the CEP-Indicator of Economic Sentiment for China declines to 4.5 points. The CEP-Indicator captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months. This month’s decline is due to a larger share of analysts predicting economic activity to dampen in the upcoming months. At the same time, the share of experts expecting a rise in China’s overall economic conditions within the next twelve months drops to 45.5 per cent.

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  10. 14.10.2013 · ZEW (sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Business Cycle | China Economic Panel | China | Economic data

    In September 2013 the CEP-Indicator of Economic Sentiment for China reaches 18.8 points displaying an ongoing positive sentiment. The CEP-Indicator of Economic Sentiment captures the expectations of financial market experts regarding the economic development in China over the course of the next twelve months. In September 63.9 percent of the surveyed experts expect the economic development in China to improve over the next twelve months, while 27.8 percent expect the economic perspectives to worsen. The Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim and the Fudan University in Shanghai publish the results of the "China Economic Panel" (CEP) for the second time. CEP is a panel of experts focused on China. It serves to investigate the country’s development in the world economy on the basis of a monthly survey of economic data.

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