A Fool's-Eye View of China

LONDON -- With China announcing last week that it plans to cut its interest rates for the second time in a month, Motley Fool Share Advisor senior analyst Nate Weisshaar names the stocks he believes may suffer at the hands of a slowdown in China's economic growth. However, it's not all doom and gloom. Nate looks at the long-term outlook for the world's second-largest economy.

Up for discussion today are Rio Tinto  (LSE: RIO.L  ) , BHP Billiton  (LSE: BLT.L  ) , Burberry  (LSE: BRBY.L  ) , and Mulberry  (LSE: MUL.L  ) .

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  • Report this Comment On July 11, 2012, at 3:18 PM, wouter28 wrote:

    Thanks Snake. The import number that came out recently confirms a lot less purchasing of commodities as it sounds like China is sitting on a good supply and needs to burn through that. It sounds like China will keep its focus on creating a stronger consumer, which is good for YONG. Don't forget to drop by the GGS YONG board on occasion. I'm looking forward to the Q2 earnings release next month.

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