A man wearing a protective face mask touches the investment icon bull statue on display outside a mall in Beijing in March 2020. Photo: AP
A man wearing a protective face mask touches the investment icon bull statue on display outside a mall in Beijing in March 2020. Photo: AP

Chinese stocks are likely to sell-off in the next two quarters as Beijing refrains from activating full-scale stimulus: BCA Research

  • China is trying to balance between staying the course on structural reform and stabilising growth, likely making any stimulus piecemeal in quantum
  • A sell-off will provide investors with a good buying opportunity in the expectation of a more decisive or forceful stimulus

A man wearing a protective face mask touches the investment icon bull statue on display outside a mall in Beijing in March 2020. Photo: AP
A man wearing a protective face mask touches the investment icon bull statue on display outside a mall in Beijing in March 2020. Photo: AP
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