US And China Credit Impulses Are Negative (Annual Change As % Of GDP)

by confoundedinterest

The bad news? The credit impulses (annual change as a percentage of GDP) for both the USA and China are negative.


The good news? The decline in China’s credit impulse is lessening.

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If we throw the Eurozone into the Papusa, we see that the Eurozone has negative credit impuse growth, but is better than China or the USA.

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Since 2005, China’s sovereign yield curve has actually increased will Japan’s has dropped into negative territory.







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