Global investors and index providers look set to limit their China exposure until there is more certainty over market rules and capital transfers, we report in the second of a two-part article.
In the second of two articles looking ahead to MSCI's June decision on A-shares, some foreign investors are not sure that Chinese stocks are ready for inclusion in emerging-market indices.
If the nation’s shadow-banking system blows up, banks will foot the bill, its managers argue. But they see opportunity in HK-domiciled firms exposed to Greater China consumption.
The UK fund manager says it will open offices in China and Taiwan, but is still hesitant about trading in highly priced A-shares.