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20th Communist Party Congress Implications

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With China’s 20th Communist Party Congress over, President Xi Jinping secured his third term and appointed a new seven-member Politburo. All good right?

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Chinese Onshore Equities - The Underappreciated Diversifier

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Diversification has been tough of late with bonds and equities exhibiting co-integration. So the search is on for asset classes that can solve this problem. The research being performed inside RFPnetworks is not necessarily about mean-variance optimisation. It's focused on qualitative causality. Why is one asset class uncorrelated with the current portfolio basket. These insights are pulling investors towards the Chinese Equity onshore market as an underappreciated diversifier.

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Is the Chinese Equity Market Now Cheap But Risky?

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China is rarely off the radar of Institutional Investors, but more recently for reasons that dissuaded new allocations: The regulatory crack-down on tech companies; a zero-covid policy that led to entire cities being shutdown, stiffling growth and supply chain fluidity; and volatile geopolitical tensions in the region. But there seems to be a renewed spark in interest as can be seen in the MSCI China Index, which increased around 20% between May and July.

Based on clicks and search queries on China, Institutional Investors seem to focused on three things: Firstly, Chinese Government officials sentiment on economic growth; Secondly, how that growth is now being stimulated; And thirdly, how will that growth impact the global economy. Whilst US-China geopolitical risks seem to be on the increase, from an economic perspective, there are signs that Chinese Equity valuations may be on the rise once again.

Or put differently, can you avoid not to take a second look.

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China stocks are slumping on news of rising COVID-19 cases in the world’s most populous country but that doesn’t negate their strong rebound in recent months. The MSCI China Index has still risen by more than 20% since early-May, according to Bloomberg, when it hit what now appears to be a trough. That is a remarkable recovery, given that the world’s second largest economy has been challenged this year by COVID-19 flare-ups – including one that led to a lockdown of Shanghai, home to the world’s largest seaport, in the spring – as well as continuing global supply chain constrictions and uncertainty around Beijing’s regulatory crackdown on technology stocks. Only a few months ago, those factors led some Western market-watchers to openly wonder if China had become “uninvestable.” So for those investors who rode out the downturn, the recent uptick in China stocks is surely welcome. The question, however, is whether the recovery is sustainable.

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