A view of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, where ChiNext-listed companies are traded. Photo: Sam Tsang A view of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, where ChiNext-listed companies are traded. Photo: Sam Tsang
A view of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, where ChiNext-listed companies are traded. Photo: Sam Tsang
Shenzhen

China’s high-flying technology board completes worst week since March amid crackdown as analysts recommend large-cap stocks to avoid regulatory risks

  • ChiNext index fell 7.2 per cent this week, the most since March, as Shenzhen exchange halted some unexplained high-flying stocks
  • Switching to cheaper big-cap stocks is timely to steer away from regulatory and valuation risks, analysts say

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A view of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, where ChiNext-listed companies are traded. Photo: Sam Tsang A view of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, where ChiNext-listed companies are traded. Photo: Sam Tsang
A view of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, where ChiNext-listed companies are traded. Photo: Sam Tsang
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