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Good morning. China growth under pressure, the UK deregulates banks and Fed officials warn of more pain ahead. Here's what people are talking about.
China’s economic activity contracted further in November amid a record Covid outbreak, with growth likely to remain weak and the central bank expected to add more stimulus to bolster the recovery. The International Monetary Fund may have to trim its forecast for China’s economic growth as Covid-19 related restrictions and difficulties in the property sector weigh on prospects, its chief said.


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