The Chinese Slowdown Hits U.S. Bottom Lines

Tony Sagami

After years of blockbuster growth, the Chinese economy is slowing down. This is taking a toll on some American companies that do business there, in the form of unsold inventory and higher labor and commodity costs.

But don’t write off China just yet. There are still plenty of American companies making a mountain of money there. This means that many U.S. stocks are going to live or die based upon their success (or lack thereof) in China. I’ll talk with you about one of the most-promising ones in today’s video.

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Posted 05-11-2012 12:32 PM by Tony Sagami