China said on Monday that manufacturing activity expanded for the ninth straight month in November as the world’s second-largest economy continues to recover from a slump caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The official manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for November came in at 52.1, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. That’s the highest reading in more than three years, as well as better than the 51.5 forecast by analysts in a Reuters poll and October’s official reading of 51.4.
PMI readings above 50 indicate expansion, while those below that signal contraction. PMI readings are sequential and show month-on-month expansion or contraction.
The November data showed that the recovery in China’s vast manufacturing sector has accelerated, according to CNBC’s translation of the statistics bureau’s Mandarin-language statement.
Four factors drove manufacturing activity in November, according to Zhao Qinghe, the bureau’s senior statistician.
- Both supply and demand of Chinese manufactured goods have continued to improve;
- Imports and exports have also steadily recovered;
- Prices of both raw materials and output have risen;
- Prospects of manufacturers of all sizes have improved.
China also released PMI data for the services sector, which similarly showed that activity expanded for the ninth straight month. The official non-manufacturing PMI reading for November was 56.4, compared with 56.2 in October, data by the statistics bureau showed.
Overall, China said its composite PMI for this month came in at 55.7 — inching up from October’s 55.3.
‘Steady and stable recovery’
Analysts said the latest set of economic indicators point to a pick up in China’s economic growth.
“When we look at the data front in China, it’s been showing steady and stable recovery,” Jackson Wong, asset management director at Amber Hill Capital, told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” on Monday after the release of the official PMI data.
Wong said the Asian economic giant is expected to continue on the same path into next year, and could be the only major economy to register growth this year.
Julian Evans-Pritchard, senior China economist at consultancy Capital Economics, pointed out that the most “significant development” in China recently is a recovery in household spending. That’s likely to continue given a tightening labor market and improving consumer sentiment, he explained.
“That should further support the rebound in services activity. It should also boost manufacturing, which will continue to benefit too from supportive fiscal policy and strong foreign demand,” he wrote in a note following the official PMI data release.
China, where cases of Covid-19 were first detected, is among the few economies expected to continue growing this year — but at a much slow pace. The International Monetary Fund has forecast the Chinese economy to expand by 1.9% in 2020, slowing from the 6.1% last year.
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LETTER: Sacrifices are necessary for our health and P.E.I.'s economy – The Guardian
Ever since reading the letter you published on rotational work (Thoughts from a rotational worker, Nov. 19), I have wanted to reply.
It’s taken a few months (of a lot more tests and a lot more isolation) for me to clarify things to myself. There is no question that being a rotational worker is not great at times. I’ve been in a state of constant isolation since Nov. 17 and isolated in total almost 26 weeks in 2020. I can’t see my friends, my family and I can’t do some of my usual on-Island business-related activities.
Yeah, the constant testing both on-Island and off-Island is not fun (I think I’m on COVID-19 test No. 47 total now), but I think something needs to be made clear here. This is necessary, and is a sacrifice I am more than willing to make to be able to provide for my family while raising my kids on P.E.I., and keeps fellow Islanders safe.
Above and beyond all other considerations, the health and safety of my fellow Islanders is of a primary importance to me and my family. This is a sufficient condition. No other reasons are needed for all of the isolation, tests, etc. to be worth it to me.
There are many more benefits, however. While the vast majority of Canada is in various stages of shut down, we have open businesses here on P.E.I. Businesses that are critical to our society and well-being — from restaurants and breweries to photographers, and other critical small businesses. These businesses in other parts of the country are either shut down or are slowly succumbing to COVID-19.
Although I know the strain on these businesses here on the Island is great with the required restrictions, it brings me joy to continue to get the chance to support them (safely) as much as I can afford to.
There’s no question that we rotational workers pay taxes (and a lot of them) on P.E.I. There is no question that being in this constant state of isolation, the testing and feeling like we are removed from society everywhere is a strain. But it’s worth it to me, and I know it’s worth it to a lot of other rotational workers. It’s a sacrifice I know a lot of us are gladly willing to make.
It’ll be great one day soon to be able to sit on a patio with friends and family and have a beer and some amazing Island food; but, until then I’ll be happily working, isolating, testing and doing all I can to support our Island.
Dr. Josh Mayich is an orthopedic surgeon working in Bathurst, N.B. as a rotational worker and is a co-owner of The Island Hop Company, a commercial hop operation in Mount Albion, P.E.I.
Biden’s Vaccination Goals Could Lift the Economy – Barron's
This commentary was issued recently by money managers, research firms, and market newsletter writers and has been edited by Barron’s.
Too Much Stimulus, Too Few Shots
The Leuthold Group
Jan. 21: The broad U-6 unemployment rate is currently 11.7%, and the regular U-3 rate is still 6.7%. Unemployment is higher today than about 73% of the time since 1950, so it is understandable why both monetary and fiscal policies remain full tilt.
Economic programs traditionally take time to improve unemployment after a recession. However, the Covid-19 crisis created a unique divergence within the job market that will not be solved by customary economic policies, but instead by vaccinations.
Consequently, with literally a “shot in the arm,” the job market may come back to life much quicker than almost anyone anticipates. Should this occur, policy officials will be left with a nearly fully employed economy and massive, excess stimulus—potentially creating additional problems down the road.
The fastest route to economic recovery—and perhaps the best approach to minimize unintended consequences longer term—is not another round of relief checks, but instead greater resources behind President Joe Biden’s desire to “put shots” in 100 million arms within 100 days.
—James W. Paulsen
Investor Advisory Service
Jan. 20: Outside of imperiled commercial real estate, almost no asset class looks cheap right now. Bonds certainly do not impress, with safe yields still near zero while inflation knocks on the door. Equities look better. The Wall Street Journal estimates the S&P 500 index’s forward price/earnings ratio at 25, almost exactly where it stood a year ago at this time. Investors will need to be selective. Corners of the market are clearly in bubble territory. This doesn’t have to end badly for investors, as the 2000-01 “tech wreck” left many stocks unscathed even as speculative stocks fell sharply.
Some of the stories we are witness to right now can scarcely be believed. The CEO of a fashionable growth company with a P/E over 1,000 and a market cap of almost $1 trillion recently tweeted his support for a social-media upstart called Signal. Investors responded by blasting money into an unrelated penny stock called Signal Advance, which saw its share price increase from $0.60 per share to a high of $70.85. Again, this is a totally unrelated company with a similar name. The stock cooled off somewhat, but as of this writing, Signal Advance remains up more than 1,000% from its unaffected price. The market is littered with similar stories of rampant, uninformed speculation.
Investors who stick to reliable companies backed by solid fundamentals still have a good chance to grow their purchasing power over time, even in an elevated market. Investors who throw their money into the wind will lose it. It is as simple as that.
Goodbye, Financial Crisis Funk
2020 Fourth Quarter Investor Letter
Pelican Bay Capital Management
Jan. 14: We believe that the theme for 2021 will be optimism. Society is poised to emerge from isolation and deprivation wrought by the pandemic. We collectively faced a crucible, and while it still may be hard for many to recognize it, we are all stronger and better prepared for the future….
Looking back at the pandemic, it may prove to be a blessing for society, providing the trigger that shakes us out of the funk we have found ourselves in since the financial crisis. The digitization of work and productivity is a boon for workers everywhere, as many are finally free of the 9-to-5 grind and daily commute to a large, stuffy office building. The interior of the country will have a renaissance, as high-quality jobs no longer require a cubicle in unaffordable city centers along the coasts. Suddenly, the immense challenge and costs of reversing climate change seem less daunting. Most important, we have unlocked a medical miracle that will have a profound impact on health care and longevity, akin to the engineering gains ushered in by the space race of the 1960s.
Covid Relief Could Shrink
Jan. 22: We view Biden’s $1.9 trillion proposal [for Covid-19 relief] as an opening bid and not necessarily an outline that will be translated into bill language verbatim. But, the 19-page outline is fairly detailed for an opening bid, and it firmly signals that another Covid relief deal will be a day-one legislative priority for the Biden administration.
Our expectation is that a deal will eventually be struck, probably in March, but that the final legislation will be much smaller than what is in Biden’s proposal and more along the lines of the $900 billion package that was enacted in December.
We think that the balance of risks is skewed towards a smaller deal, or no deal at all, rather than a bigger deal closer to the initial Biden proposal. That said, when paired with the $900 billion package enacted at the end of December, this should be plenty of fiscal support to see the U.S. economy through to the summer when, hopefully, vaccine distribution is well on its way to completion.
—Michael Pugliese and Hop Mathews
Needed: More Houses
December Existing Home Sales
Jan. 22: Existing-home sales ended the year in a familiar place—stronger than expected. The December sales pace increased to 6.76 million units, up slightly from November though down somewhat from October’s 14-year high. For the year, existing-home sales totaled 5.64 million, up by more than 5% from 2019. It would have been hard to foresee that back in April!
The release strikes an optimistic tone, as the National Association of Realtors, or NAR, expects demand to remain robust in 2021, which seems like a good bet to me, as well. The biggest impediment to higher sales at this point is a dearth of available supply. The number of existing homes on the market fell by 16% from November and by 23% from a year ago. The months’ supply figure dropped to 1.9%, the first time ever below two months (going back to 1982). The NAR release applauds the sharp increase in housing starts in recent months but argues, as I have, that starts will probably need to remain vigorous for at least another year or two to catch up to the once-in-a-generation rise in demand for homes that occurred in large part because of the pandemic.
In Japan, Ouch!
Daily Notes on the Global Economy
High Frequency Economics
Jan. 22: Here is more bad news about Japan’s overall economic situation: National department-store sales in December were 13.7% lower than a year ago, according to figures this morning from industry association JDSA. In November, they were 14.3% lower than a year ago. Sales are not only depressed by public health measures, but also the population is aging fast and shrinking. That means fewer young households establishing new homes and families, and fewer customers for large-scale retail stores overall. Declining retail spending as the nation depopulates is a secular crisis, upon which the pandemic has been overlaid. Ouch!
—Carl B. Weinberg
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