Meanwhile, stock-index futures will help boost liquidity and reduce volatility in the Chinese markets, says senior portfolio manager Frank Yao.
There are more opportunities in China now, but it's harder to find very attractive ones, argues Joe Chan of Galaxy Asset Management.
ChinaÆs fund managers may get some nasty surprises once the newly approved stock index futures market finally kicks off. The main worries are a lack of expertise and limited investment in risk management.
They're bullish on emerging markets, predict the renminbi will be allowed to strengthen and suggest the best exposure to China is through investments outside the country, among other things.