China's equity market courts foreign attention

As the still domestically-dominated equities market of the world's most populous country continues to mature, it could now be right on the brink of huge foreign capital inflows, argues one Hong Kong-based investor.

Christina Chung | Photo: PR

China celebrated the New Year two days ago, but its domestic investors were already rejoicing on the 1st of January.

In January alone, the local equity market shot up by 11.1 percent in Hong Kong dollar terms. This rise, however, came after a hideous 2018 when the MSCI China Index slumped more than 20 percent.

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