The new suite of indexes is meant to tap into technology-led trends in China.
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One step forward for A-share inclusion
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has cleared doubts about the beneficial ownership of QFII and RQFII schemes, ahead of the June decision to include A-shares in key MSCI indices.
EIP: China IT sector to benefit from MSCI inflows
The second phase of ADR inclusion on the MSCI China index should bring $50bn in capital inflows, said Tobias Bland, CEO of Enhanced Investment Products.
Global indices still warm on China
Some see the economic outlook for China as grim, supported by manufacturing data, but global index providers hold a more positive view, said according to Jackie Choy, ETF strategist at Morningstar.
GF launches A-share ETF
China-based GF International Investment Management said it will launch Asia’s first ETF that tracks the MSCI China A International Index.
H-shares to benefit from mutual recognition of funds
The mutual recognition of funds initiative will act as a catalyst in re-rating offshore China equities and Hong Kong’s undervalued H-share market will be the first to benefit from inflows, according to Mansfield Mok, fund manager at EFG Asset Management.
ETF tracking USlisted China companies unveiled
The XIE Shares FTSE Chimerica ETF (Chimerica) was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange today and tracks the FTSE China N Shares All Cap Capped Net Tax Index. Apart from the new ETF, the firm has plans to launch three additional ETFs during 2015, Tobias Bland, chief executive at EIP told Fund Selector Asia. “There are […]