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Beyond the Sugar Rush: Strategic Stimulus for Chinese Stocks

Beyond the Sugar Rush: Strategic Stimulus for Chinese Stocks

by John Lin, Stuart Rae
Whenever the Chinese economy slows and its stocks take a serious hit, investors have come to expect the government to unleash large-scale fiscal and monetary stimulus. Another heaping spoonful of sugar may do more harm than good this time around, however. It’s time for the ailing market to take some medicine.

Emerging Markets, Equities, Policy & Regulation, Trade Wars


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