Shake-up in Chinese stocks raises questions over global investing


Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Source: NYSE

The latest volatility in China — with regulators in Beijing attempting to rein in several sectors of the Chinese economy — is only the latest blow for international investors. 

“The invest-in-China mantra has always been based on the idea that China was going to be the next big global power, so that’s where I need to be,” said Matt Maley, chief market strategist at Miller Tabak. “That’s being rethought. How can you discount risk when it’s not clear what China will do?”

Even before this latest issue with China, international investing has been a difficult game. Now, international fund managers say it’s getting even…


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