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China's protests are new.  Investment risks are not.

China’s protests are new. Investment risks are not.

Text size Police officers stand guard during a protest in Beijing, China, early Monday, November 28, 2022. Recent developments have not reduced the risks investors face from authoritarianism, writes Perth Tolle. Bloomberg About the Author: Perth Outcry is the founder of Life + Liberty Indexes and creator of the FRDM index. Last week we witnessed …

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Stocks rally on hopes of relief from China's COVID policy.  Here's why economists think investors are too optimistic.

Stocks rally on hopes of relief from China’s COVID policy. Here’s why economists think investors are too optimistic.

Investors rejoiced over China’s latest COVID policy this week after massive lockdown protests erupted across the country, rocking global financial markets, but economists believe markets have placed “too much great likelihood” that the restrictions will soon be eased. China’s National Health Commission said on Tuesday it would step up COVID vaccinations for the elderly and …

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Why China's COVID policies are rattling investors again

Why China’s COVID policies are rattling investors again

Investors in China-related assets who had expected a significant easing of COVID restrictions were disappointed this week as the country battles the worst wave of cases since the outbreak in Shanghai earlier this year. China-related ETFs fell this week, with shares of the iShares MSCI China MCHI ETF, -1.82% lose 3.4%. The KraneShares CSI China …

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