The Big Question: What do the markets have in store for China in the Year of the Ox?

Celebrating the Lunar New Year

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Chinese New Year 2021

Today (12 February) marks Chinese New Year and the spirit animal this year is the ox – considered in Chinese culture as hard-working, intelligent and reliable.

Today (12 February) marks Chinese New Year and the spirit animal this year is the ox - considered in Chinese culture as hard working, intelligent and reliable. Will the markets in China prove just as hard-working this year, following the chaos of 2020? In the gallery above, five investment experts give their thoughts on China's prospects in the Lunar New Year to Investment Week.

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