A Chinese woman touches a bull statue on display outside a mall in Beijing, in June. Data from the Institute of International Finance for the first week of November showed inflows of US$5 billion into China equities, the largest weekly total in four years. Photo: AP
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Opinion

The View by John Woods

Have Chinese equities bottomed out? Trade war talks, infrastructure spending and boosted production all point to better days ahead

  • John Woods says the global production decline appears temporary and China’s own infrastructure spending is picking up. Combined with possible progress in the trade war, this points to a path of recovery for China’s equities

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A Chinese woman touches a bull statue on display outside a mall in Beijing, in June. Data from the Institute of International Finance for the first week of November showed inflows of US$5 billion into China equities, the largest weekly total in four years. Photo: AP
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