Better days ahead
China’s equity markets crashed spectacularly in the middle of the year after an impressive rally, before rebounding again in the last quarter. With the dust now settled, bankers reckon 2016 will be a bumpy but easier year to navigate. Rashmi Kumar reports.
It was a year that won’t be easily forgotten. China’s A-shares boomed at the start of 2015, hitting a seven-year high in mid-June. Investors made millions from the exuberant markets, encouraged by the country’s government to park their money in stocks.
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