China A-shares to shake up EM fundsBY KARREN VERGARA AND DARREN SNYDER | WEDNESDAY, 13 JUN 2018 6:01AM
The recent inclusion of 226 China A-shares to several MSCI indexes is opening a floodgate of foreign capital to the Chinese equity market and at the very least disrupting the $2.6 trillion which tracks the MSCI Emerging Markets Index.Read more: EM, China, Emerging markets, investment, Australia, Alibaba, iShares, Tencent, Asia, HSBC, Pzena Investment Management, Allison Fisch, King Irving Sura Pacific Alliance Fund, Baidu, BRIC, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Felipe Asenjo Wilkins, Financial Standard, India, Jean-Paul Linschoten, Mexico, Naspers, Peru, Russia, SURA Asset Management
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