China is a great place to invest for your money.

But it’s not a place you want to live.

That’s the conclusion of a new study by the Center for Retirement Research at the University of Michigan, and a team of economists at the American Enterprise Institute.

The findings are published in the January issue of the Journal of Financial Economics.

The study used data from the Federal Reserve Board’s Survey of Consumer Finances (CFFIN) and the Shanghai Composite Index to identify what kinds of stocks people should buy, what kinds they should hold, and how much they should save.

The researchers used a formula that included all the factors that affect asset prices, including the price of money, stock prices, and inflation.

The study also looked at whether China’s stock market is “capable of sustaining the economic growth that it has enjoyed.”

“The market in China is at a peak, and the stock market may well go into a correction soon,” says Daniel Grossman, an economist at the Center and a co-author of the study.

The stock market has experienced the largest stock market correction in history since the Great Depression.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) has dropped nearly 700 points in the past 24 hours, and China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite has dropped more than 200 points.

But Grossman points out that stocks are not the only asset class that’s experiencing turmoil in China.

The yuan is down nearly 4 percent, and stock prices have plunged in Europe and the U.S. As the chart below shows, the yuan has fallen in Europe as well as in the U, and it’s fallen by more than 6 percent in the United States.

The chart shows how the price level in the world’s second-largest economy has risen in recent years, and Grossman says the crash in the stock markets is a “direct consequence” of the country’s economic woes.

“If China had an efficient market in the stocks, it would not be this big a crash,” he says.

“It’s not an accident that it’s the world capital out of the top five for the biggest stock market crashes in the last 50 years.

That is a direct consequence of a very inefficient stock market.””

I think this is a really good example of the fact that in many ways we’re not really prepared for this,” Grossman adds.

“The stock market doesn’t have the capacity to sustain the economy.

If we can’t invest in that capacity, we’re going to run out of capital.”

As China continues to tighten its grip on economic power, some economists are worried that the country will experience another correction.

In fact, Grossman argues that the “market is not capable of sustaining economic growth” for long.

“You have the kind of market that is designed to drive up the price,” he argues.

“That’s the problem.

It’s not that China’s economy isn’t sustainable, but it’s designed to get the price up so that you can build your economy.”

The study also examined how the U to the Chinese economy and how the stock-market crash affects Chinese people.

The Chinese government says that the Chinese people will not suffer from the stock crash because the economy is doing well, and that the stock bubble is a problem that will end soon.

“When the economy stabilizes, people will start to get rich,” Grossmann says.

The researchers also used data on wealth, inequality, and economic growth in China to find out what people think will happen when China’s growth slows.

The data show that people believe that economic growth will eventually return to the 1990s, and they expect that China will be back in the top three of the world in GDP growth within the next 15 years.

But Grossman warns that this is not the case.

“We’re not going to see China going back to the top of the global rankings,” he notes.

“I think the next 10 years is going to be a lot like the last 10.

China will grow faster, and its share of world GDP will fall.”

China’s economy grew by 2.9 percent last year.

Its gross domestic product increased by 2 percent, which is the fastest growth in a decade.

Grossman believes that China can grow more than twice as fast as the U is growing.

The United States is projected to grow by only 1.4 percent this year.

China is projected at 3.1 percent, according to the UBS Global Economic Outlook.

“In China, the U doesn’t even show up on the map,” Gross.

“But they have an economy of more than 40 million people, and GDP is $12 trillion, so it’s more than a hundred times bigger than the U.”

Grossman says that China may be able to grow at double the rate of the U but it may take longer.

The UBS report estimates that China needs to grow an additional 7.7 percent this decade to get to the United 50th position,