This May Be Your Best Chance to Buy Chinese Stocks, Says Expert
CNBC – KraneShares Chief Investment Officer, Brendan Ahern talks with Leslie Picker of CNBC, Mary Ann Bartels of Bank of America-Merrill Lynch and Dave Nadig of ETF.com about the trade war truce. As described by Brendan, he believes the trade war truce has provided an entry point into the Chinese equities market due to the currently low valuations.Read more
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