Furthermore, many industries that are affected by the tariffs may be state-owned enterprises or even private companies, so many listed companies may not feel a direct effect.
Consequently, Bush believed that the investor sell-off could be attributed more to pricing in an escalation or a prolonged trade war.
Meanwhile, China, especially mainland Chinese A-shares, remains a relatively underrepresented asset in many U.S. investors’ portfolios. Looking ahead, more investors and money managers may begin to shift into Chinese A-shares as major index providers, more notably MSCI, adopting China A-shares into its benchmark emerging market index and international indices.
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