As expected from investors, China's manufacturing data is published. China factory data tells that the manufacturing is still having contraction, with a 47 score in September, comparing to the 47.3 score from Caixin China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (CCMPMI). For information, above 50 means expansion comparing to the previous month, meanwhile below 50 means contraction. So for example, in August, the manufacturing activity contracted, and in September it contracted once again. Because of that, China currently experiences a 6.5 years low of its manufacturing activity. The markets' reaction was pretty clear: Australia S&P ASX 200 did -2.07% on close, meanwhile Shangai Composite did -2.19%. Australia is referenced because it is told that Australia is the most affected country from the China's slowdown. What do you think of this China slowdown that continue to slow down?