Investors monitor stock prices at a securities company in Shanghai on September 25. Despite an inflow of foreign cash, thanks to recent listings of Chinese stocks on key emerging market equity indices, mainland investors have shown scepticism about the state of the Chinese economy. Photo: AFP
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

As bullish foreigners pile into China’s stock markets and local investors remain bearish, who is right?

Nicholas Spiro says the inclusion of Chinese stocks on leading indices, plus cheap currency and interest rate changes, are drawing in foreign investment – but more domestic confidence is needed for a market recovery

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Investors monitor stock prices at a securities company in Shanghai on September 25. Despite an inflow of foreign cash, thanks to recent listings of Chinese stocks on key emerging market equity indices, mainland investors have shown scepticism about the state of the Chinese economy. Photo: AFP
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