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Jeremy Stevens is an international economist for the Standard Bank Group, 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 the change is re-calibrating Africa's broader external environment. Prior to this, Jeremy studied a Bachelor in Social Science in Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree at University of Cape Town; honours in international trade and development and a Masters in Economics from the University of Johannesburg. Currently he is a PhD candidate at London School of Economics.
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– Data disappointsby Jeremy Stevens Wed May 15 09:43:53 SAST 2019
Hot on the heels of the trade war running wild, China has reported April’s monthly macroeconomic data, delivering a sobering reminder to those that had believed March to be the
Inside China – From red to amberby Jeremy Stevens Mon Apr 15 07:39:31 SAST 2019
Markets were bolstered by better than expected data out of China last week. The underlying credit cycle now seems to have bottomed out. Total Social Financing (TSF) increased by CNY
Inside China – Credit trends reassertedby Jeremy Stevens Mon Mar 11 07:53:38 SAST 2019
Total social financing (TSF) managed a mere CNY700bn increase in February – the lowest monthly increase since July 2016. In isolation, this February data point reveals very little new information.
– Premier's policy steer is about striking the right balanceby Jeremy Stevens Wed Mar 06 08:23:49 SAST 2019
China’s Premier Li Keqiang opened the 19th National People’s Congress (NPC) by delivering an annual government work report, which is essentially a state of the nation address to the country’s
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