A man walks past a panel displaying the closing blue chip Hang Seng Index and a banner on "Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect" inside the Hong Kong Exchange in Hong Kong in this March 5, 2015 file photo. A tepid response from investors to the Hong Kong-Shanghai Stock Connect scheme in its first year has made industry executives sceptical about the success of proposed exchange link-ups and their value in providing equity market access. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/Files
Daniel Ren
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Across The Border by Daniel Ren

Foreign investors pile into A-shares, ahead of stock connect scheme launch

2.7b yuan rise in the value of investments held by foreign institutions, bought via the QFII scheme, from end of September and earlier this week.

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A man walks past a panel displaying the closing blue chip Hang Seng Index and a banner on "Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect" inside the Hong Kong Exchange in Hong Kong in this March 5, 2015 file photo. A tepid response from investors to the Hong Kong-Shanghai Stock Connect scheme in its first year has made industry executives sceptical about the success of proposed exchange link-ups and their value in providing equity market access. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/Files
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