A stockbroking firm in Beijing on May 6, 2019. Contrary to global conventions, China denotes losses and declines in green, using red to represent gains and advances in the stock market. Photo: AFP A stockbroking firm in Beijing on May 6, 2019. Contrary to global conventions, China denotes losses and declines in green, using red to represent gains and advances in the stock market. Photo: AFP
A stockbroking firm in Beijing on May 6, 2019. Contrary to global conventions, China denotes losses and declines in green, using red to represent gains and advances in the stock market. Photo: AFP

MSCI’s chief dismisses concern that Chinese stocks are ‘uninvestable,’ citing instances of market’s rebound from slump

  • Stock benchmarks in Hong Kong and China are among the world’s worst-performing major equity gauges this year
  • Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index briefly slump into bear market territory last week

Topic |   China stock market
A stockbroking firm in Beijing on May 6, 2019. Contrary to global conventions, China denotes losses and declines in green, using red to represent gains and advances in the stock market. Photo: AFP A stockbroking firm in Beijing on May 6, 2019. Contrary to global conventions, China denotes losses and declines in green, using red to represent gains and advances in the stock market. Photo: AFP
A stockbroking firm in Beijing on May 6, 2019. Contrary to global conventions, China denotes losses and declines in green, using red to represent gains and advances in the stock market. Photo: AFP
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