With Australia’s iron ore miners being pulverised on the bourse today it might be time for some iron ore bear porn. Readers will recall the analyst Gillem Tullock from the recent 60 Minutes report on the Chinese property bubble. Well, here he is again, this time with Reuters, predicting that the whole nasty thing is set to come down in the second half of this year. Let’s hope he’s wrong.
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Posted by Houses and Holes in China Economy, Featured Article at 10:22am on March 14, 2013 | 51 comments
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