After the initial bounce driven by Beijing’s policy announcements, the question now is whether there are more sustained game-changing forces for investors in the Chinese stock market, and where they are.
The old stimulus playbook, which involved cheap lending and a massive push to infrastructure to boost the economy, is no longer relevant, according to institutional investors. So what can China's government do this time around?
Foreign investors are waiting for a clearer read on China’s macro and regulatory environment as well as its recovery path before re-entering its public and private markets.
The investment chief of the Chinese life insurance giant shares how he understands China's policy-driven market by reading between the lines from public remarks made by policymakers.