China's economy stutters as global economic centre of gravity shifts south
China is on course for its slowest economic expansion in 40 years, say economists, as ...
The Los Angeles Times reports: “Indebted borrowers increasingly take out high-interest, adjustable-rate loans that are packaged into securities and sold to investors eager for a better rate of return. Everything’s fine while the economy is growing. But when it slows, those borrowers could default, causing problems to cascade through the financial system.”
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