Travellers at a railway station in Shanghai. Foreign investors are yet to buy into China’s reopening story because of concerns about the impact of rapidly growing infection numbers on companies’ growth and earnings. Photo: Reuters
Travellers at a railway station in Shanghai. Foreign investors are yet to buy into China’s reopening story because of concerns about the impact of rapidly growing infection numbers on companies’ growth and earnings. Photo: Reuters

exclusive | Credit Suisse cautiously optimistic as mainland investors back China reopening, foreign funds unsure

  • Overall message is one of cautious optimism even if China’s reopening was too chaotic, Swiss bank’s Asia-Pacific chief investment officer says
  • Hong Kong will remain a gateway to China’s markets, will have a ‘very profound and robust future’

Travellers at a railway station in Shanghai. Foreign investors are yet to buy into China’s reopening story because of concerns about the impact of rapidly growing infection numbers on companies’ growth and earnings. Photo: Reuters
Travellers at a railway station in Shanghai. Foreign investors are yet to buy into China’s reopening story because of concerns about the impact of rapidly growing infection numbers on companies’ growth and earnings. Photo: Reuters
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