Investors snap up China stocks 'priced for financial crisis'

Global investors have been snapping up cheap Chinese stocks as signs of a banking collapse recede, but economic data remains mixed.

The MSCI China index returned 17.5% in the three months to 12 August, compared to 6.4% from the MSCI Emerging Markets index. A combination of cheap stocks and some data indicating stable growth has...

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