Ox marks the spot? Assessing the animal spirits of Chinese equities

What next for the country in Year of the Ox?

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Should investors be bullish in the Year of the Ox?
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Should investors be bullish in the Year of the Ox?

The Year of the Ox is but a tottering calf, so now is as good a time as any to cast a (bull's) eye over Chinese equity funds. Puns intended, and no hint of an apology.

Last year, Chinese small and mid caps were the best-performing fund category, returning more than 70%. This was met with huge enthusiasm, as UK investors put all of £1m into this category. That is 'million',...

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