Pedestrians walk past a public screen displaying the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Hang Seng Index figures in Shanghai, on August 18. It has been a rocky third quarter for Chinese equities. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians walk past a public screen displaying the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Hang Seng Index figures in Shanghai, on August 18. It has been a rocky third quarter for Chinese equities. Photo: Bloomberg
Sylvia Sheng
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Sylvia Sheng

Amid power cuts and property curbs, can Chinese stocks bounce back?

  • Power constraints are expected to ease and property deleveraging risks remain low but investor sentiment is unlikely to change unless Beijing significantly eases its fiscal and monetary policies

Pedestrians walk past a public screen displaying the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Hang Seng Index figures in Shanghai, on August 18. It has been a rocky third quarter for Chinese equities. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians walk past a public screen displaying the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Hang Seng Index figures in Shanghai, on August 18. It has been a rocky third quarter for Chinese equities. Photo: Bloomberg
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