Exchange-traded funds focused on China are posting the world's biggest outflows amid concern economic growth is slowing

Exchange-traded funds focused on China are posting the world's biggest outflows amid concern economic growth is slowing. This is certainly understandable because the world's second biggest economy is obviously going through a difficult transformation stage. Moreover, China looks like a conundrum to many observers because the timing of its next recovery or even the next policy decision of importance remains difficult to predict. As China's Shanghai A-Shares Index (weekly & daily) has sagged, no one really thinks the 7.5% GDP growth target is achievable. Against this background, are the ETF outflows from China's stock market a smart move or a contrary indicator? (VIEW LINK)


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