A clerk counts Chinese currency notes at a bank in Huaibei in central China‘s Anhui province, in November 2016. Photo: AP
A clerk counts Chinese currency notes at a bank in Huaibei in central China‘s Anhui province, in November 2016. Photo: AP
Anthony Rowley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Anthony Rowley

Why Chinese and Japanese savers will be the next force shaping global stock markets

  • Chinese and Japanese households are sitting on massive amounts of savings, and both countries see the need to deploy those assets more effectively
  • This is ostensibly to boost their roles as regional and international financial centres, but also with an eye on the transfer of asset management technology

A clerk counts Chinese currency notes at a bank in Huaibei in central China‘s Anhui province, in November 2016. Photo: AP
A clerk counts Chinese currency notes at a bank in Huaibei in central China‘s Anhui province, in November 2016. Photo: AP
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