A child points to a large screen showing stock exchange data, in Shanghai, on January 3. Now appears the right time to get back into the China market. Photo: EPA-EFE
A child points to a large screen showing stock exchange data, in Shanghai, on January 3. Now appears the right time to get back into the China market. Photo: EPA-EFE
Laura Wang
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Laura Wang

End of zero-Covid policy, better Sino-US relations signal a good year ahead for Chinese stocks

  • For the first time in a long while, most of the critical factors needed to turn around Chinese stocks’ fortunes are aligned and changing for the better
  • Some longer-term challenges remain but there have been improvements in macroeconomic conditions, government policy and US-China relations

A child points to a large screen showing stock exchange data, in Shanghai, on January 3. Now appears the right time to get back into the China market. Photo: EPA-EFE
A child points to a large screen showing stock exchange data, in Shanghai, on January 3. Now appears the right time to get back into the China market. Photo: EPA-EFE
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