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Chinese blues

Selling pressure keeps mounting on Chinese stocks. Since 2015, where globalization was enjoying its prime time and China was at the center of global manufacturing, Chinese equities have been in a trading range, and are currently experiencing some selling pressure due to lower growth, real estate bankruptcies, and deflation, which is probably going to force authorities to work on a stimulus plan to revive the economy. They have already banned short selling, but despite that, H shares are trading around 30% below their mainland peers on the A share market, which indicates there is more downside to come. Growth for 2024 might be sub 5%, creating social tensions, which in the west typically pushes government to take military actions to divert attention from domestic issues.

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