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Brace yourselves: China is slated to release a deluge of data in the coming week, and market participants will likely be paying closer-than-usual attention as uncertainty about the outlook for the world's second largest economy escalates.
The data dump kicks off with August trade numbers on Tuesday, followed by inflation on Thursday and retail sales, industrial production and fixed asset investment on Sunday.
Factory surveys published last week - the first monthly indicators of economic conditions – painted a worrying picture of the economy.
China's official purchasing managers' index (PMI) slipped to 49.7 in August - the weakest level since August 2012 - down from 50 in July. Meanwhile, the final Caixin/Markit PMI slipped to 47.3 in August, the lowest reading since March 2009 and down from 47.8 in July.
And judging by analysts' forecasts, the upcoming data isn't going to do much to quell investor concerns.
Here's what to expect.