The growth of China's economy is set to underpin the appeal of its local equity market for the coming decade, despite shorter term political and manufacturing concerns, say experts.
Rising geopolitical risks and China’s economic slowdown are set to tarnish the once-vibrant appeal of A-shares over the coming 10 years.
Consultancy bfinance says emerging market focused investors should consider several strategies for China to avoid adding too much risk.
Beijing’s attempts to soften the coronavirus outbreak's impact on local equities may provide temporary support to the market, but experts think it could spell trouble for investors.
Coal Pension Trustees, which manages £21 billion in assets, is about to select two fund houses to run China onshore equity portfolios, reflecting its rising focus on Asia.
Most international asset owners are likely to pick partners to help them invest into China's A-share market, as the stocks gain an increasing weighting in international indexes.