China’s home-price growth eased in October, in a further sign that the property sector may weigh on expansion in the world’s second-largest economy. Some analysts say the persistent weakness could lead to more local authorities to relax some housing curbs.
While a majority of the 70 cities surveyed still posted monthly price gains for new homes, the number fell to 50 from 53 in September.
Average new home prices, excluding public . . .
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