The declines in China’s total fixed asset investment (FAI) and the funding in the property market slowed further by May, with the former down 6.3% on year over January-May as against the 10.3% on-year fall in the first four months, and the latter dipping 0.3% as against the 3.3% fall by April, according to the latest data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on June 15.
Primary aluminum stocks in the warehouses of the Shanghai Futures Exchange and 16 Chinese cities under Mymetal’s weekly survey continued to contract during May 11-18, dipping by 86,000 tonnes or 8% on week to 994,000 tonnes, due to the still robust demand from aluminum fabricators and processors. Mymetal is Mysteel’s nonferrous data collection arm.
China’s fixed asset investment (FAI) declines on year but at a slower rate of 10.3% to Yuan 13.7 trillion ($2 trillion) over January-April as against the 16.1% on-year drop for the first quarter, with all the major sectors posting continuing recoveries in April, according to the latest data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on May 15.
BHP’s total copper output including concentrate and cathode remained largely unchanged, up 1% on year to 425,000 tonnes in metal over January-March, but it is reviewing the production guidance for the fiscal year 2020 (July 2019-June 2020) in consideration of the possible impact of the COVID-19, according to its latest quarterly report released on April 21.
China’s gross domestic product (GDP) over January-March fell for the first time since 1992 when the country’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) commenced the official release of the GDP figures by quarter, down 6.8% on year to Yuan 20.65 trillion ($2.9 trillion), according to the latest NBS release on April 17, confirming the heavy blow of the COVID-19 on China’s economy.
China’s fixed asset investment (FAI) plummeted 16.1% on year for the first quarter of 2020 to Yuan 8.4 trillion ($1.2 trillion), though the decline narrowed from the 24.5% year-on-year decrease for January-February, suggesting the country had been recovering from the COVID-19 starting March, according to the latest statistics from the National Bureau of Statistics on April 17.
China’s fixed asset investment (FAI) had been hit hard by the outbreak of COVID-19 across the country over the first two months, having plunged 24.5% on year, or a free fall from the 5.4% year-on-year growth for the whole 2019, and the FAI in the property market also plummeted 16.3% on year, according to the latest statistics from the country’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on March 16.
For 2019, China’s gross domestic product grew 6.1% on year to Yuan 99 trillion ($14 trillion), with the final result coming within the central government’s targeted range for last year of 6-6.5%, according to National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data released on the release on January 17. “Most of the tasks were fulfilled, laying a solid foundation for China to develop into a well-off society,” NBS commented.
Fixed asset investment (FAI) in China’s manufacturing sector grew by a total of 5.4% on year during full year 2019, up 0.2 percentage point from the first eleven months, according to the latest data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released on Friday. FAI in the domestic property market increased by 9.9% on year during January-December, though this was off by a tiny 0.3 percentage point from the January-November reading, the data show.
China’s imports of copper concentrates and ores climbed by 11.6% on year to reach 22 million tonnes last year, with the total value up 11.1% on year at Yuan 233.7 billion ($33.4 billion), according to the latest data from China’s General Administration of Customs released on Tuesday.
闪电消息:中国股市1 - 11月上涨5%，房地产上涨10%二零一九年十二月十六日
国家统计局：中国1 - 10月固定资产投资增长5.2％，财产增长10.3％2019年11月14日
China’s fixed asset investment (FAI) in general grew 5.2% on year to Yuan 51.1 trillion ($7.3 trillion) over January-October, and the growth in the funding in the property sector was recorded at 10.3%, according to the latest release from the country’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on November 14.
China and the U.S. have agreed to roll back tariffs on each other’s goods in phases “at the same time” and “by the same degree” as part of the “phase one” trade deal if it is to be reached, Gao Feng, spokesman of China’s Ministry of Commerce (MoC) confirmed at the press conference in Beijing on November 7.