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Worries over China’s economy and its impact on global growth weighed on investors’ minds and risk sentiment on Monday in the wake of trade data showing both Beijing’s imports and exports declined in December.
A much anticipated speech from Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday left investors struggling with what to make of it.
Emerging markets assets are in the red across the board on Thursday as the arrest of a Chinese executive stokes fears that a U.S.-China trade deal may not happen after all, which could lead to heightened tensions and push the global economy to the edge of the precipice.
The success story of last weekend’s G-20 summit — at least on the Monday after — is the trade-war cease-fire between the U.S. and China. Investors across the globe breathe a sigh of relief, and Morgan Stanley upgraded its outlook for China’s economy and equity markets.
China’s economic growth is “a fiction” and the country’s stock-market rout will get worse from here, according to the former head of Hong Kong’s securities regulatory agency.