Jupiter's Bonham Carter: I would buy back into China after correction

Economy in 'reasonable health'

Laura Dew
Edward Bonham-Carter, vice chairman of Jupiter

Edward Bonham-Carter, vice chairman of Jupiter

Jupiter Asset Management's vice chairman Edward Bonham Carter has said he expects a 5%-10% setback in the Chinese stockmarket and would invest in the region again following the dip.

The Shanghai Composite index is up 8.7% since the start of the year and 14.6% over 12 months, but some fear its strong performance will falter. LGIM's Onuekwusi adds risk to portfolio as China fears subside Speaking to Bloomberg, Bonham Carter (pictured) said: "Markets have had a strong run but one would assume, not just in China, that one should expect a setback and there is nothing wrong in that, it would be quite healthy. "I would buy back after a correction, if the fundamentals are still in place then buying China on a setback would make sense. The setback could be at least 5%-...

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