China’s Loan Growth, Inflation Probably Accelerated
Growth QuickensEconomic growth accelerated to a 10.7 percent year-on-year pace last quarter, the fastest since 2007, responding to an unprecedented 9.59 trillion yuan of credit extended by banks in 2009 and a 4 trillion yuan two-year fiscal stimulus plan. The expansion “is probably stronger than Chinese policy makers would like,” Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Chief Global Economist Jim O’Neill said in Hong Kong today.
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Sugar Shortage May Turn ‘Acute’ in Third Quarter
India, China, Indonesia, Pakistan, Egypt and Russia are among countries planning to buy sugar to cool domestic prices, worsening a deficit that may reach 11.92 million tons in the year ending April 30, up from 8.32 million tons predicted in October, Kingsman SA said yesterday. The shortfall may be 5 million to 6 million tons this season, according to Tropix. “The world stocks-to-use ratio should reach 20 year lows in the second half of this year,” said Diffley, who worked for 16 years at ED&F Man, one of the biggest sugar trader.