China’s equities attractive to foreign investors

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A glimpse at the northbound capital, the amount that foreign investors buy into the A-share market via the stock connect mechanism linking the Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong bourses, reflects A-share appeal amid prospects of recovering economic growth.From June 1 to 17, the northbound capital reported an aggregate inflow of nearly 58.7 billion yuan (US$8.7bil or RM38.38bil), which was in sharp contrast to the 45.1 billion yuan (RM29.72bil) outflow in March.(File pic - Shanghai stock exchange bldg.)

SHANGHAI: China’s equities are increasingly attracting international investors due to the prospect of the country’s stabilising economic growth when the capital market is overcast elsewhere.

A glimpse at the northbound capital, the amount that foreign investors buy into the A-share market via the stock connect mechanism linking the Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong bourses, reflects A-share appeal amid prospects of recovering economic growth.

From June 1 to 17, the northbound capital reported an aggregate inflow of nearly 58.7 billion yuan (US$8.7bil or RM38.38bil), which was in sharp contrast to the 45.1 billion yuan (RM29.72bil) outflow in March.

International investors have poured capital into the A-share market since mid-May, showing the most interest in the industrial, public utility and financial sectors, as calculated by Credit Suisse.

Indeed, A-share industrial companies have replaced consumer staples as the sector where international investors had the biggest exposure over the past few months, said Credit Suisse quantitative and systematic strategy in the Asia-Pacific head Will Stephens.

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Not only are foreign investors interested in A-share large-cap blue chips whose development prospects are underappreciated, but they are also eyeing mid to small-cap companies with strong growth potential that have not been fully considered, said Stephens.

According to the Shanghai-based market tracker Wind Info, foreign institutions conducted 575 studies of smaller-cap companies listed on the tech-heavy ChiNext in Shenzhen, Guangdong, since the beginning of April.

They have also carried out another 641 studies on companies trading at the Star Market on the Shanghai bourse. During the same period, only 265 studies have been made on the large-cap companies listed on the A-share main board.

Investors poured nearly US$270mil (RM1.19bil) into the US$7.2bil (RM31.76bil) iShares MSCI China Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) on June 14, the biggest daily inflow since BlackRock rolled out the fund in 2011.This is the world’s largest overseas exchange-traded fund tracking Chinese equities.

KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF, the second-largest China-focused ETF, managed by New York-based Krane Funds Advisors, has also attracted net capital inflows of about US$454mil (RM2bil) over the past 30 days.

“Chinese equities have rallied amid tightening liquidity globally, indicating the changes in China’s macroeconomy. The A-shares are now of increasing appeal to international investors,” Max Luo, China director for asset allocation at UBS Wealth Management said during a half-year outlook meeting on June 21.

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