Investors pour over a stock information at a brokerage in Shanghai. China likely sees the stock market as a better safety valve compared to a hard landing in the property sector. Photo: Reuters Investors pour over a stock information at a brokerage in Shanghai. China likely sees the stock market as a better safety valve compared to a hard landing in the property sector. Photo: Reuters
Investors pour over a stock information at a brokerage in Shanghai. China likely sees the stock market as a better safety valve compared to a hard landing in the property sector. Photo: Reuters
Cathy Holcombe
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Cathy Holcombe

China sees small bubble in stocks better than property bust

If the stock bubble gets out of hand, well – caveat emptor. From a macroeconomic perspective, stock market losses tend to spread the pain in smaller doses

Investors pour over a stock information at a brokerage in Shanghai. China likely sees the stock market as a better safety valve compared to a hard landing in the property sector. Photo: Reuters Investors pour over a stock information at a brokerage in Shanghai. China likely sees the stock market as a better safety valve compared to a hard landing in the property sector. Photo: Reuters
Investors pour over a stock information at a brokerage in Shanghai. China likely sees the stock market as a better safety valve compared to a hard landing in the property sector. Photo: Reuters
READ FULL ARTICLE