Tag Archives: Chinese equities

S&P China 500 Declined 2.8% in Q2 2019; Gains Stood at 20.2% YTD

The S&P China 500 declined 2.8% in Q2 2019, as the U.S.-China trade tensions and threat of company sanctions weighed on returns, even as expectations for eased tensions improved. The decline followed the 23.6% Q1 2019 surge in the index, ultimately leading to overall healthy gains of 20.2% YTD. Chinese stocks generally lagged global benchmarks Read more […]

Viewing the History of China A-Shares Through the Lens of the Dow Jones China 88 Index

The Dow Jones China 88 Index has recorded the ups and downs of the large-cap mainland China market for more than 20 years. Launched in 1996, the index was one of the first large-cap A-share benchmarks available in the market and therefore is unique in the length of its live, consistent track record. Let’s revisit Read more […]

Accessing China’s Growth via Dividends

In the current environment of short-term volatility amid a long-term positive outlook for the Chinese economy, a focus on growing, sustainable dividends in China’s equity markets could provide the opportunity to get a slice of the region’s structural growth and potential downside protection compared with a typical growth strategy, such as an earnings growth strategy. Read more […]