In the summer of 2017, MSCI finally agreed to include China mainland stocks in its global benchmark equities indices. The decision means Chinese stocks will become a must-have part of many investor’s portfolios. Indeed, it’s a big opportunity for foreign investors, but the risk management is tricky in many regards. For one thing, speculative mom-pop retail investors have been dominating the Chinese stock market and for another, the state-owned firms have intervened in the trading market to a worrying degree. How will the market change and what can investors expect from this volatile yet promising market?
A clutch of Chinese companies are preferring to delist from foreign stock exchanges due to the boom in the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges.
The week that was: China is set to overtake the US as the world’s largest trader; firms delay listing during IPO thaw; Wozniak endorses China’s Steve Jobs; and Beijing’s probe sends Nu Skin shares down. China to be crowned the world’s largest trader Data released by China’s customs administration over the last weekend shows that in […]