The year of the 🐰

The year of the 🐰

Today I’m thinking of China…

I’ve got some #xag for solar power.

Some #cwr because that’s where the progress will be (in my opinion – not financial advice)

And some #acic for good measure.
China’s factory activity expands at fastest pace since 2012
China’s manufacturing activity expanded as the fastest pace in more than a decade in February, official data showed on Wednesday, smashing expectations as production zoomed after the lifting of…

What happened to the millions of Chinese people who were going to die horribly of SARS-CoV-2 when the lockdowns were lifted in china late last year, as per this headline from The Sun??
China ditching ‘world’s strictest lockdown’ may kill 2.1million & end Xi’s rule
CHINA is facing up to 2.1 million deaths in the coming months after Xi Jinping abandoned his disastrous ‘Zero Covid’ policy, new analysis shows. The catastrophic scenario could leave the Chinese le…

Lack of student accommodation in Australia seems to be the main problem of Chinese reopening today!!
China’s abrupt reopening sparks student accommodation crisis in Australia
For Zoey Zhang, a student from China who is heading to a top Australian university, finding accommodation Down Under has been tough – so much so that she has even considered sleeping “rough on the…

… and unlike everywhere else in the world (except Japan which seems to be on the #QE fence) China is going to remain accommodative – “The PBOC will keep liquidity reasonably ample and maintain effective credit growth, according to the report.”
China economy expected to rebound in 2023 with expansion of domestic demand
China’ economy is expected to generally rebound in 2023, and the country will increase macro policy regulation with a focus on supporting the expansion of domestic demand, according to the central…

Meanwhile the US and Europe are busy tightening the noose on people’s finances – after a decade of binging on cheap credit (if this was a diet it would be extreme) – whilst making them pay for a war in Ukraine that they can ill afford.

I’m so glad I live in the #isleofman.

It feels like Switzerland!

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