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That was shot us out of the show you shots there of of China the story here is that China's economy is really slowing it was expected.
But it slowed to a rate of seven and a half.
Now the cent growth -- yes sounds pretty good but not what we expect from China.
Let's bring in that Keith FitzGerald case this slowing down of a math is that a problem for cause of -- yeah.
Well I tell you -- -- people been betting on China's failure for forty years the reality is we should be betting on -- success what's happening is that nation is growing economies getting bigger so it's only natural that those figures normalize I think we're gonna see them drop in fact for decades to come I think the problem is being overrated media right now all right what about these reports that I'm seeing here in America.
But in the second quarter of the year that will be April through June in the second Korda.
Other reports suggest that we our growth such as it was in the first corner is really slowing down dramatically to less than 1%.
As I've got summoned to do with China's slowdown Europe's recession and -- -- all over the world.
Wow you know that's that's a lot of stuff all in one question Stuart I'm not sure.
How to separated -- You know I think that our consumption patterns are driven clearly by debt.
If they remain slow and low like they have been then that precluded -- that predispose as Bernanke to spend more money.
How that affects China it actually flows the other way China's growth is what we should be betting on because you want it to succeed.
It's imports of United States export the rising sharply so there is a connection their big household names Johnson & Johnson.
Any of the big consumer brands are selling over there are the companies are gonna do well.
Even in this economy they're gonna do well better over there are -- there is a mix I'm just not sure what it is yet there was a lot in that question.
Yet there was and that's a bombshell if we get growth of less than 1% in the second quarter that is a very big deal for America for a President Obama for Ben Bernanke mobile -- I --
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