McLean & Partners Wealth Management Expects a Decline in China 2012 CPI

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China 2012 CPI Projected at 2.9%

A senior figure with HSBC has projected China 2012 CPI (Consumer Price Index) at 2.9%, a significant drop. This is in part due to falling food prices. The ease in China’s CPI is supportive for global stock markets.

Russ MacKay, the Associate Portfolio Manager of McLean & Partners, a respected wealth management company, also expects that China’s consumer inflation will fall from 3.4%.

McLean & Partners is a Canadian wealth management company with an independent research team that researches and analyzes stocks, bonds, and preferred shares. Russ MacKay shares the insights of McLean & Partners’ global research team on his weekly blog (http://mondayinsight.ca/about/) to improve the investment decisions of McLean & Partners’ clients.

To learn more about the wealth management services provided by McLean & Partners, please visit http://guest.mcleanpartners.com or call (403) 234-0005.

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McLean & Partners Wealth Management is a private client investment firm serving high net worth investors. The Company prides itself on independent research to drive high conviction investment portfolios. McLean & Partners develops investment portfolios including global dividend stocks, preferred shares, bonds, and alternative income solutions.

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