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China’s equities and its currency have more room to rally in the near-term as multiple securities are about to be added to global indexes or to have their weighting increase, presumably leading to capital inflows that could deliver a boost to the local market, an Oxford Economics strategist said.
Data over the weekend showing China’s economy saw its weakest growth since 1990 casts gloom over financial markets as U.S. traders return Tuesday from a three-day weekend. But it’s a downbeat shift in rhetoric from President Xi Jinping that investors shouldn’t ignore, says one analyst