The running of the bulls is shown at the San Fermin fiestas in Pamplona in northern Spain on July 8, 2012. China’s bull market began quickly, raising questions about how long it can last. Photo: Associated Press

China’s stocks take just 32 days to enter bull market as Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs see no signs to sell

  • Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs say strong momentum in China stocks will continue
  • Shanghai Composite has climbed 18 per cent so far in 2019, making it the world’s best performing major benchmark
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The running of the bulls is shown at the San Fermin fiestas in Pamplona in northern Spain on July 8, 2012. China’s bull market began quickly, raising questions about how long it can last. Photo: Associated Press
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