Analysts say China’s affluent investors may be more inclined to put their money into property next year, rather than more risky investments. Photo: Reuters Analysts say China’s affluent investors may be more inclined to put their money into property next year, rather than more risky investments. Photo: Reuters
Analysts say China’s affluent investors may be more inclined to put their money into property next year, rather than more risky investments. Photo: Reuters
China economy

China’s wealthy and middle-class investors are shying away from risky plays and looking inward after tumultuous 2020

  • China’s affluent investors have been the biggest winners from its economic boom, but a deteriorating external environment has raised concerns about risk in their portfolios
  • Cross-border investments and high-risk tech start-ups look less appealing for parking savings

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Analysts say China’s affluent investors may be more inclined to put their money into property next year, rather than more risky investments. Photo: Reuters Analysts say China’s affluent investors may be more inclined to put their money into property next year, rather than more risky investments. Photo: Reuters
Analysts say China’s affluent investors may be more inclined to put their money into property next year, rather than more risky investments. Photo: Reuters
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