An Early Sign Of Slowing Growth?

A straw in the wind from the electronics industry about how strong recovery will remain in the second half of this year:  we are hearing reports that PC orders are weakening, not just in China but from across the region, which will have a knock-on effect on chip makers. Our man with the robot soldering iron tells us that OEM makers are also seeing demand from Europe drop for all sorts of components and, for chip makers, slowing demand from Chinese car makers (which is a more concerning coalmine canary). This follows lackluster Labor Day retail sales in China for phones and TVs. So it seems that inventories are starting to back up.

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  1. Pingback: China Shows Signs Of A (Slightly) Slowing Economy « Market Bystander

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