A Chinese flag flies outside the China Securities Regulatory Commission office in Beijing. A top official at the regulator has said that the effect of the global sell-off on mainland stocks would be temporary. Photo: Simon Song A Chinese flag flies outside the China Securities Regulatory Commission office in Beijing. A top official at the regulator has said that the effect of the global sell-off on mainland stocks would be temporary. Photo: Simon Song
A Chinese flag flies outside the China Securities Regulatory Commission office in Beijing. A top official at the regulator has said that the effect of the global sell-off on mainland stocks would be temporary. Photo: Simon Song

Chinese analyst who made correct call on stocks is cautious as regulator talks up market

  • A rebound in Chinese stocks is unlikely until Beijing sets the date for its annual legislative meeting that has been delayed by Covid-19 outbreak
  • Vice-chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission says Chinese shares remain a long-term buy in spite of global sell-off

Topic |   China stock market
A Chinese flag flies outside the China Securities Regulatory Commission office in Beijing. A top official at the regulator has said that the effect of the global sell-off on mainland stocks would be temporary. Photo: Simon Song A Chinese flag flies outside the China Securities Regulatory Commission office in Beijing. A top official at the regulator has said that the effect of the global sell-off on mainland stocks would be temporary. Photo: Simon Song
A Chinese flag flies outside the China Securities Regulatory Commission office in Beijing. A top official at the regulator has said that the effect of the global sell-off on mainland stocks would be temporary. Photo: Simon Song
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