A man carrying a kite in the form of the Chinese national flag walks along the Bund, as the sun rises over the buildings of Pudong's Lujiazui financial district, across the Huangpu River, in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg A man carrying a kite in the form of the Chinese national flag walks along the Bund, as the sun rises over the buildings of Pudong's Lujiazui financial district, across the Huangpu River, in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg
A man carrying a kite in the form of the Chinese national flag walks along the Bund, as the sun rises over the buildings of Pudong's Lujiazui financial district, across the Huangpu River, in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg
Alexander Treves
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Macroscope by Alexander Treves

Why China’s economic success is no bellwether for foreign investors in Chinese stocks

  • Alexander Treves says China’s stocks have often failed to generate the kind of returns for foreign investors its growth would suggest, but they should start to pay more attention to its increasingly attractive A-share market

A man carrying a kite in the form of the Chinese national flag walks along the Bund, as the sun rises over the buildings of Pudong's Lujiazui financial district, across the Huangpu River, in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg A man carrying a kite in the form of the Chinese national flag walks along the Bund, as the sun rises over the buildings of Pudong's Lujiazui financial district, across the Huangpu River, in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg
A man carrying a kite in the form of the Chinese national flag walks along the Bund, as the sun rises over the buildings of Pudong's Lujiazui financial district, across the Huangpu River, in Shanghai. Photo: Bloomberg
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Alexander Treves

Alexander Treves

Alexander Treves is an investment specialist in emerging markets and Asia Pacific equities at J.P. Morgan Asset Management