1. 20.04.2021 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    Research
    Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator
    Economic outlook for China remains very positive.

    In the April 2021 survey (6–14 April 2021), the CEP indicator climbed 3.5 points to a new value of 46.3 points. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) and conducted by ZEW Mannheim in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.

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  2. 23.03.2021 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator
    The CEP indicator fell by 21.2 points in the March survey and currently stands at 42.8 points.

    In the March 2021 survey (9–17 March 2021), the CEP indicator decreased by 21.2 points to a new value of 42.8 points. Despite this sharp decline, the indicator remains at a very high level. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) and conducted by ZEW Mannheim in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.

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  3. 02.03.2021 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator
    The CEP indicator rose by 9.1 points in the February survey and currently stands at 64.0 points.

    In the February 2021 survey (16–24 February 2021), the CEP indicator increased by 9.1 points to a new value of 64.0 points, its highest value to date since the survey began in mid-2013. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) and conducted by ZEW Mannheim in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.

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  4. 26.01.2021 · ZEW (msc)
    China Economic Panel
    The CEP indicator rose by 23.6 points in the January survey and currently stands at 54.9 points.

    In the January 2021 survey (11–20 January 2021), the CEP indicator increased by 23.6 points to a new reading of 54.9 points, thus returning to the very high level seen in November 2020. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) and conducted by ZEW Mannheim in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.  

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  5. 15.12.2020 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Greater China | Cyclical indicator | Short-term forecast
    CEP indicator down to 31.3 points in December.

    In the December survey (1–9 December 2020), the CEP indicator decreased by 23.7 points to a new reading of 31.3 points. Although this marks a sharp decline, expectations are still at a historically high level. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.

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  6. 17.11.2020 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Greater China | Cyclical indicator | Short-term forecast
     The CEP indicator rose again in the November survey by 5.0 points to a record value of 55.0 points.

    In the November survey (3­–11 November 2020), the CEP indicator recorded a further increase, climbing 5.0 points to a new record high of 55.0 points. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.

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  7. 20.10.2020 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Greater China | Business survey | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator
    Increasing economic optimism also in the October survey.

    In the October survey (6–14 October 2020), the CEP indicator rose by 5.6 points to a new level of 50.0 points. This marks a new record high of the indicator since the survey began in mid-2013. Although the increase is slightly lower than in the previous month, when the indicator jumped by 18.3 points, optimism regarding the Chinese economy is still growing quite strongly. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.

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  8. 22.09.2020 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | Business survey
    In September 2020, the CEP indicator increases by 18.3 points.

    In the September survey (7–16 September 2020), the CEP indicator rose by 18.3 points to a new level of 44.4 points. This is by far the highest value of the indicator since the survey began in mid-2013. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.

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  9. 18.08.2020 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Greater China | Short-term forecast | Cyclical indicator | Business survey
    In August 2020, the CEP indicator decreases by 5.6 points.

    In the August survey (3–12 August 2020), the CEP indicator fell by 5.6 points to a new level of 26.1 points. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis. “The CEP indicator is still quite high, however, and remains well above its historical average of 2.6 points,” says Dr. Michael Schröder, senior researcher in the “International Finance and Financial Management” Research Department at ZEW Mannheim and project leader of the CEP survey.

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  10. 21.07.2020 · ZEW (msc/sel)
    China Economic Panel
    Greater China | Cyclical indicator | Business survey | Short-term forecast
    In July 2020, the CEP indicator increases by 1.2 points.

    In the current July survey (7–13 July 2020), the CEP indicator increased slightly by 1.2 points, reaching a new value of 31.7 points. The CEP indicator, based on the China Economic Panel (CEP) in cooperation with Fudan University, Shanghai, reflects the economic expectations of international financial market experts for China on a 12-month basis.

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