Workers inspect overhead lines above railway tracks connecting Chengdu and Guiyang, in Bijie, Guizhou province. Economic data suggests Chinese investor sentiment has been affected not just by the trade war, but also by changing expectations of policy stimulus. Photo: Reuters
Patrik Schowitz
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Patrik Schowitz

Even a trade war deal with the US won’t be a cure-all for China’s economy and stock market

  • A close look at the Shanghai benchmark index reveals investors were already less bullish before the latest trade war flare-up. Chinese investor sentiment is also closely linked to whether the central bank will take further stimulus measures

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Workers inspect overhead lines above railway tracks connecting Chengdu and Guiyang, in Bijie, Guizhou province. Economic data suggests Chinese investor sentiment has been affected not just by the trade war, but also by changing expectations of policy stimulus. Photo: Reuters
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