Bull run: China’s CSI300 Index has gained about 50 per cent in the last 18 months, outpacing 93 major global indices in the same period. Photo: EPA-EFE

China’s world-beating stock bull run unleashed by economic recovery and liquidity sparks fears of another 2015 meltdown

  • The value of Asia’s largest stock market increased by US$1 trillion – an amount larger than the Dutch economy – in the past three weeks
  • The frenzy reminds some observers of the 2015 run-up – also fuelled by liquidity and valuation expansions – which ended in a US$5 trillion wipeout
Topic |   Stocks
Bull run: China’s CSI300 Index has gained about 50 per cent in the last 18 months, outpacing 93 major global indices in the same period. Photo: EPA-EFE
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