The black swan of a financial war between China and the United States is seen as unlikely to make an appearance in 2021 after a series of events in the past few days. Photo: Reuters The black swan of a financial war between China and the United States is seen as unlikely to make an appearance in 2021 after a series of events in the past few days. Photo: Reuters
The black swan of a financial war between China and the United States is seen as unlikely to make an appearance in 2021 after a series of events in the past few days. Photo: Reuters
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US-China relations: threat of financial war fading as investors eye returns from likes of Kuaishou, Agora

  • China-based companies last year raised the largest amount of capital in the US market since 2014
  • Shares in Kuaishou nearly tripled in value on the first day of trading in Hong Kong last week, while Agora shares now trade at five times their initial offering price

The black swan of a financial war between China and the United States is seen as unlikely to make an appearance in 2021 after a series of events in the past few days. Photo: Reuters The black swan of a financial war between China and the United States is seen as unlikely to make an appearance in 2021 after a series of events in the past few days. Photo: Reuters
The black swan of a financial war between China and the United States is seen as unlikely to make an appearance in 2021 after a series of events in the past few days. Photo: Reuters
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Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin co-leads the political economy team at the Post. He mainly covers economic stories but also writes about Chinese politics and diplomacy. He has previously worked for Reuters and Bloomberg in Beijing.