Fathom’s FMPI weights together both fiscal and monetary policy to give an overall measure of the degree of macroeconomic stimulus in any given country.
- Our own measure of economic activity in China, our China Momentum Indicator, stood at 2.4% in March.
That is 0.1 percentage points higher than an upwardly revised February reading, and suggests that China’s economic growth has not only bottomed but quickened
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Research & comment
Our own measure of annual economic
growth in China, our China Momentum
Indicator, stood at 2.4% in April, unchanged
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