Morgan Stanley Turns Bullish while China’s Pension Money Enters Equity Markets
February 20, 2017
With Russia assuming the role of Public Enemy Number One last week, China coverage was on the light side. Nonetheless, some exciting reforms came down the pipeline, including relaxing restrictions on stock index futures, allowing pension capital into equity markets, and curtailing fundraising abuses in primary and secondary markets. Perhaps the best news, however, came from outside of the Mainland, with Morgan Stanley publishing a series of notes on the bank’s newfound China bullishness.
Topics covered: Pension Reform, Stock Index Futures, Bullish Outlook, China Securities Regulatory Commission, Environmental Protection
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