In September, China’s consumer inflation slowed more than expected to almost a five-year low. The drop has increased worries that global growth is experiencing a cool down unless governments take measures to boost their economies. With a mounting risk to growth and a rising risk of deflation, Beijing is expected to continue releasing stimulus packages in the upcoming months. The single risk factor in China’s economy right now is its housing market, which has experienced a tremendous slump in the past months. China has already tried keeping market interest rates low and cut mortgage rates and down payment levels for some home buyers in an attempt to support the market