No Surprises Here: UK and Chinese Growth Slower Than Expected

Quick Asian and European Recap, taking it in baby steps…

  1. Reggie Middleton warns that the UK prospects for recovery are dramatically over-hyped and optimistic (March 2010): See Osborne Seems to Have Read the BoomBustBlog UK Finances Analysis, His U.K. Deficit Cuts May Rattle Coalition
  2. Bank of England warns UK recovery will be weaker than hoped (Telegraph)
  3. Bank of England Cuts Growth Outlook, Sees Inflation Undershoot (Bloomberg)

The non-sense that passes as the financial reporting from these sovereign entities should be ridiculed. I’d like to take this time to share page 4 of our subscription-based analysis of the UK’s predicament (subscribers, see

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UK report pg 4

You see, things are materially worse than Britain is letting on. Now, if we were to reverse the exaggerations, optimistic assumptions and outright lies (speaking of which, reference Lies, Damn Lies, and Sovereign Truths: Why the Euro is Destined to Collapse!)…

… and in terms of government balance over-optimism???

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And from Asia:

  • China Output Growth Weakens; Inflation Accelerates (Bloomberg)
  • As BoomBustBlog made clear many months ago..  BoomBustBlog China Focus: Inflation? Will the Emerging Markets Lead the World to New Growth? The Narrowing Chinese Trade Surplus Chubble (The Unmistakable, Yet Thoroughly Argued Chinese Bubble), Unemployed/Deleveraging Shopaholics Pushing Retail Stocks & Other News What Are the Odds That China Will Follow 1920’s US and 1980’s Japan?
  • BoomBustBlog China Focus: Inflation?
  • Will the Emerging Markets Lead the World to New Growth?
  • The Narrowing Chinese Trade Surplus
  • Chubble (The Unmistakable, Yet Thoroughly Argued Chinese Bubble), Unemployed/Deleveraging Shopaholics Pushing Retail Stocks & Other News
  • What Are the Odds That China Will Follow 1920’s US and 1980’s Japan?

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