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Oct 17, 2022

The S&P China 500 Dropped 20.3% in Q3 2022 as China Equities Caught Up with The Global Sell-Off

The S&P China 500 saw its largest quarterly drawdown in seven years, declining 20.3% in Q3 2022. While Chinese equities outperformed their global and emerging market counterparts in Q2, they significantly underperformed in Q3 and have now caught up with 2022’s global market downturn, with the S&P China 500 now in the red 29.4% YTD….

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Jul 18, 2022

The S&P China 500 Added 2.8% in Q2 2022, as China Equities Held up During a Broad Global Sell-Off

The S&P China 500 bucked the trend of a broad market downturn, posting a 2.8% gain for Q2 2022. In terms of sectors, Consumer Discretionary and Consumer Staples grew nearly 15% each over the quarter, while the Industrials and Energy sectors were also additive to performance. The S&P China 500 outperformed the broader S&P Emerging…

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Oct 21, 2021

S&P China 500 Fell 10.5% in Q3, Pushed Lower by Consumer and Tech Stocks

The S&P China 500 declined 10.5% during Q3 2021, succumbing to dramatic losses across consumer- and technology-driven companies. Performance also continued to lag the broader S&P Emerging BMI and S&P Developed BMI, which fell 6.2% and 0.4%, respectively. China’s Underperformance versus Regional Peers The index likewise trailed regional benchmarks YTD—the S&P China 500 was down…

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Jan 13, 2020

S&P China 500 Ignores Trade Tensions to End the Year on a High Note

The S&P China 500 advanced 12.9% in Q4 2019, an indication that investors shrugged off U.S.-China trade tensions and signs of a slowing economy. The performance was a reversal from losses during the prior two quarters, which had followed an outstanding 23.6% surge in Q1 2019. The full-year result was a welcome contrast to the…

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Jul 11, 2019

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…

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Jun 26, 2019

A Changing Stride for an Ageing Bull

  Taking a cue from Frank Sinatra, the S&P 500® was riding high in April, shot down in May, and got back on top in June.  But the current bull run is feeling its age, and we may be witnessing a change in its stride.  Coming into the end of the quarter (all figures are…

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Aug 31, 2018

“Counter-cyclical” adjustment factor resumed to anchor Chinese currency

China resumed CNY fixing “counter-cyclical” adjustment factor The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) announced on August 24 that China’s CNY fixing reporting banks have resumed the counter-cyclical adjustment (CCA) factor in the CNY official midpoint this month. This is the second move of Chinese authorities after the adoption of a 20% reserve requirement of FX…

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Jan 30, 2018

Quality over quantity: China’s Economic Growth Focus in 2018 – Part 2

After the Central Economic Work Conference (CEWC), specific plans and targets have been set for China’s economy. What are the investment opportunities followed the CEWC? Investment outlook To achieve high-quality development, the government will promote consumption and private investment to drive growth. Rural reform targeting to alleviate the poverty such as restoring land use rights…

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Nov 21, 2017

The Investment Opportunity in China’s “New Era”

The 19th Party Congress of China, one of the most important political events in China this year, has cemented President Xi Jinping’s position as one of the most powerful leaders in decades. His name and political ideology are enshrined in the party constitution, known as “Xi Jinping’s Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a…

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Jul 5, 2017

Embracing the globalization of Chinese equities

For being the second largest capital market and the second largest economy in the world, China is underrepresented in most of the international benchmarks, which is unparalleled with its significance to the world economy. With increased access to the Chinese domestic equities market, one of the largest index compilers received broad support from international investors…

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