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3 days ago January-February combined industrial output down 13.5% y/y (vs. expected -3%) - Jan-Feb combined retails sales down 20.5% y/y (expected  3 days ago China's industrial production, retail sales and investment all contracted in the first two months of the year after the coronavirus epidemic  3 days ago China's industrial production, retail sales and investment all contracted in the first two months of the year after the coronavirus epidemic 

China releases April activity data: industrial production, retail sales and fixed asset investment (12pm Syd/10am local). We tend to focus on IP, which was much stronger than expected in March, up 8.5%yr. This was a high since 2014, after late 2018 readings below 6%, the slowest since the GFC. (RTTNews) - China industrial production and retail sales expanded at the fastest pace in five months in November, exceeding expectations, as steps taken by the government helped to boost domestic China on Friday reported industrial output and retail sales growth for the month of November that missed expectations, according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics. The world’s second-largest economy has begun to show signs of slowing down amid a bitter trade dispute with the U.S. Growth in Industrial Production is down a tenth of a percent to 5.6% and Retail Sales growth is up the same amount to 11.0%.

China's industrial production increased by 4.7 percent year-on-year in October of 2019, slowing from a 5.8 percent rise in the previous month and missing market consensus of 5.4 percent. Output growth eased for both manufacturing (4.6% vs 5.6% in September) and mining (3.9% vs 8.1%).

January-February combined industrial output down 13.5% y/y (vs. expected -3%) Jan-Feb combined retails sales down 20.5% y/y (expected -4%) Fixed investment down 24.5% y/y for the combined two China Industrial Production, Retail Sales Growth Tops Expectations. Posted on 12/20/2019. China industrial production and retail sales expanded at the fastest pace in five months in November, exceeding expectations, as steps taken by the government helped to boost domestic demand. Retail sales increased at a 10.4% year-on-year pace, again falling shy of growth in June (11%) and forecasts (10.8%). Retail Sales YoY in China is expected to be 6.00 percent by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate Retail Sales YoY in China to stand at 7.50 in 12 months time. Industrial output fell 13.5% in January and February from a year earlier, retail sales fell 20.5% in the period, and the unemployment rate jumped to 6.2%, the highest on record.

17 Jan 2020 However, investors cheered an apparent turnaround in fortunes following better- than-expected industrial output and retail sales figures for 

3 days ago China's industrial production, fixed-asset investment and retail sales were extremely bad in the first two months of 2020 due to the impact of  3 days ago China's February Retail Sales YoY, the number arrived at -20.5% vs. +0.8% exp and +8.0% last, with Industrial Output YoY at -13.5% and 

3 days ago China's industrial production, retail sales and investment all contracted in the first two months of the year after the coronavirus epidemic 

China Statistical Database; Monthly Data; Quarterly Data; Annual Data; Other Data; Communiqués; Legal Framework; Understanding Statistics; Agency; Monthly Data. Statistical Database. Monthly Data; Quarterly Data; Annual Data; Census Data; Other Data; Home >Monthly Data. Consumer Confidence Index (2013.06) 2013-06-21 14:17; Total Retail On May 15, China’s National Bureau of Statistics published data related to industrial production and retail sales for April. The highlight was the drop in China’s (ASHR) industrial production growth, which came in at 5.4% in April 2019, far below the expectation of 6.5%. (RTTNews) - China industrial production and retail sales expanded at the fastest pace in five months in November, exceeding expectations, as steps taken by the government helped to boost domestic January-February combined industrial output down 13.5% y/y (vs. expected -3%) Jan-Feb combined retails sales down 20.5% y/y (expected -4%) Fixed investment down 24.5% y/y for the combined two

Press Release. Release Calendar · Energy production in the First Two Months of 2020 · Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods Went down by 20.5 percent 

The Asian economic giant also released other economic indicators: Industrial production jumped 8.5 percent year-on-year in March — surging past the 5.9 percent estimated by Reuters to register the fastest growth since July 2014. Retail sales for March grew by 8.7 percent China releases April activity data: industrial production, retail sales and fixed asset investment (12pm Syd/10am local). We tend to focus on IP, which was much stronger than expected in March, up 8.5%yr. This was a high since 2014, after late 2018 readings below 6%, the slowest since the GFC.

China’s industrial production gained 6.9% y/y in December, up from 6.2% y/y in November and 4.7% in October. Manufacturing was the main driver of the acceleration, up by 7% from 6.3% in November, while mining and power supply recorded healthy growth of 5.6% and 6.8%, respectively. Statistical Communiqué of the People's Republic of China on the 2019 National Economic and Social Development; Market Prices of Important Means of Production in Circulation, February 11-20, 2020; Sales Prices of Residential Buildings in 70 Medium and Large-sized Cities in January 2020