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Jeremy Stevens is International Economist for the Standard Bank Group, and he based in Beijing, China. His analysis focuses on the Chinese macro landscape, financial markets and socio-political trends. Research gives special attention to the shift in economic influence towards the South and East, and how this change is recalibrating Africa's broader external environment. Jeremy completed a Bachelor in Social Science in Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree at the University of Cape Town, and holds an Honours in International Trade and Development and a Masters in Economics from the University of Johannesburg.
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Inside China – A steep sliding downby Jeremy Stevens Thu Apr 08 08:37:48 SAST 2021
China’s current macroeconomic data cycle offers limited illumination of the trajectory of either the economy or underlying economic conditions. Of course, the impressive data outcomes of recent weeks impress —
Inside China – New rules for fintechsby Jeremy Stevens Thu Mar 18 07:04:15 SAST 2021
Policymakers in China are bringing technology firms into alignment with national priorities to ensure that policy intent is met, fostering innovation that serves the real economy and improves wellbeing, whilst
Inside China – Prognosis far from assuredby Jeremy Stevens Tue Jan 26 07:12:51 SAST 2021
China’s economic resilience has been impressive, and recovery has been reasonably robust — but the prognosis is far from bullet-proof. The outlook relies on policymakers’ ability to navigate the path
Inside China – Consumption set to lead the recovery chargeby Jeremy Stevens Wed Jan 13 09:43:11 SAST 2021
It is reasonable to assume that most macroeconomic data through much of H1:21 will be reporting record highs. Indeed, the Chinese economy seems set to rally, first from 7.0% y/y
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