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A-share bull run to continue despite Trump's win in US

By Li Xiang | China Daily | Updated: 2016-11-21 07:44

Analysts say in the longer term, US policies on trade, monetary stimulus, and interest rates could have a broader impact on the Chinese economy

The effect of Donald Trump's election as the next US president on China's A-share market will be neutral in the short run because it is still too early for investors to assess the potential changes to US economic policies, analysts said.

Gao Ting, head of China strategy at UBS Securities, said that the A-share market has historically shown a strong independence from overseas market trends. How much effect overseas sentiment will have on the A-share market depends on the correlation between the overseas event and China's economy and policies.

A-share bull run to continue despite Trump's win in US

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