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China is expected to adjust money and credit supply in coming weeks, including cuts to interest rates or reserve ratio requirements, to counter "downside risks" if trade tensions escalate further, China Daily said, citing economists.China is expected to adjust money and credit supply in coming weeks, including c...

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“Morgan Stanley’s bear case for the trade war if the US and China don’t end the tariffs: S&P 500 falls 16% to 2,400 over the next 6-12 months Earnings growth bottoms out in 2021 at -14% A full-blown economic recession hits in 2020 via @businessinsider”

Downtown Josh Brown on Twitter: "Morgan Stanley’s bear case for the trade war if the US and China don’t end the tariffs: S&P 500 falls 16% to 2,400 over the next 6-12 months Earnings growth bottoms out in 2021 at -14% A full-blown economic recession hits in 2020 via @businessinsider"

“US-China trade war may 'get worse before it gets better' as Beijing cranks up its nationalism https://t.co/lXZYCgzMpp”

Vicki Gunvalson on Twitter: "US-China trade war may 'get worse before it gets better' as Beijing cranks up its nationalism https://t.co/lXZYCgzMpp"

“JPMORGAN: “With the trade war escalating, it now looks unlikely that business sentiment will improve much in the coming months. ... our model points to a disappointing year of just 0-2% growth in global capex (excluding China), the weakest outturn since 2016.””

Carl Quintanilla on Twitter: "JPMORGAN: “With the trade war escalating, it now looks unlikely that business sentiment will improve much in the coming months. ... our model points to a disappointing year of just 0-2% growth in global capex (excluding China), the weakest outturn since 2016.”… https://t.co/F28whd3R5b"

“President Trump "says, it's #China's turn to cower. Yet to visit China these days is to encounter the limits of his punch-them-in-the-nose strategy." Read @sdonnan's valuable dispatch from the #trade war's front line: https://t.co/Gw4cyqBmEV.”

David Gura on Twitter: "President Trump "says, it's #China's turn to cower. Yet to visit China these days is to encounter the limits of his punch-them-in-the-nose strategy." Read @sdonnan's valuable dispatch from the #trade war's front line: https://t.co/Gw4cyqBmEV."

SHANGHAI: China is expected to adjust money and credit supplies in coming weeks, including cuts to interest rates or reserve ratio requirements, in order to counter "downside risks", the official China Daily said, citing economistsSHANGHAI: China is expected to adjust money and credit supplies in coming weeks, including cuts to interest rates or reserve ratio requirements, in order to counter "downside risks", the official China Daily said, citing economists

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