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Oversupplied and overheated: China's housing policy dilemma

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China's housing market has been booming in 2016. At the end of September China launched its 'Housing 930' policy a package of regulations aimed at cooling the overheated housing markets in major cities. But will the policy work as hoped? Is it possible to tackle the overheated market in major coastal cities even though huge inventories remain in other parts of the country? More importantly do changing housing policies threaten China s economy?

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  • China real estate investment
  • Floor space sold, starts and completions
  • Pre-sales and completions growth
  • Urban residential completions
  • Beijing and Shanghai's land and population shares
  • Housing price and exchange rate
  • USA Purchasing Managers' Indices
  • Eurozone Purchasing Managers' Indices
  • Japan Purchasing Managers' Indices
  • China Purchasing Managers' Indices
  • Industrial production
  • Industrial production
  • Consumer Sentiment Index (3-month moving avg.)
  • Consumer Sentiment Index (3-month moving avg.)
  • 10-year government bond yields (%)
  • 10-year government bond yields (%)
  • Consumer Price Index (annual % change)
  • Consumer Price Index (annual % change)
  • Exchange Rate Indices vs US$ (Jan 2012 = 100)
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