A sharp property downturn, the return of producer price deflation, a financial crisis, a trade war with the U.S. and unexpected foreign exchange moves are some likely black swan events that could rock the Chinese economy in the year of Rooster, says a report by ANZ AG.
The increasingly uncertain global environment and unpredictable actions by policymakers and politicians could cloud China's economic outlook.
Black swans are not monsters but they can pose significant threats to the economy. Below ANZ listed the black swan risks that deserve investors attention globally for the rest of 2017.
A Sharp Property Downturn
The rally in China’s property market over the second half of 2016 saw prices in tier 1 and tier 2 cities roc...
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