Chinese A-shares enter the big time

Chief Investment Officer and founder of Aitken Investment Management
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On the first of June, Chinese A-shares will be included in MSCI indices for the first time, forming roughly 0.73% of the MSCI Emerging Markets index and 0.1% of the MSCI All Country World Index. The AIM Global High Conviction Fund believes this is a significant event for Asian markets and, in particular, Chinese listed shares. This is likely just the beginning, with the index weighting increasing over time as China’s capital markets are deregulated.

 

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