How to Play China’s Newly Available Growth Stocks
Barron’s – This year China’s mainland listed companies (A shares) have outperformed Hong Kong listed Chinese companies (H shares). Barron’s attributes this outperformance to rumors of trade peace with the U.S. and the quadrupling of the weight of A shares in MSCI’s Global Standard Indexes. KraneShares Bosera MSCI China A Share ETF (ticker: KBA) is used an example.Read more
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