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After taking the pandemic bull by its horns in the previous year, China has emerged from the health crisis to lead the global economic recovery. In 2021 – year of the metal ox as per the lunar calendar – China is expected to press on with reforms that promote long-term sustainable growth including expanding domestic demand and prioritising indigenous technology.
At HSBC Asset Management, we have been managing Chinese assets through various market cycles for over 30 years. Join us as we navigate China’s transition into the post-pandemic new normal and identify exciting investment opportunities along the way.
China economy in charts
China leads global economic recovery
After emerging as the only major economy to record positive growth in 2020, China’s GDP growth is expected to accelerate to 8.5% in 2021
Source: Bloomberg, HSBC Asset Management, January 2021.
Any forecast, projection or target contained in this presentation is for information purposes only and is not guaranteed in any way. HSBC Asset Management accepts no liability for any failure to meet such forecasts, projections or targets.
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China market outlook
View our videos for a quick snapshot of the market outlook and key drivers of Chinese equities and China bonds in the Year of the Ox
Chinese equities in the Year of the Ox
Chinese equities in the Year of the Ox
In this video, Caroline Yu Maurer, Head of China and Hong Kong Equities, shares her views on the outlook for Chinese equity markets on the back of the first year of China’s Five Year Plan (2021-2025).
China bonds in the Year of the Ox
China bonds in the Year of the Ox
In this video, Ming Leap, Portfolio Manager of Asian Fixed Income and Lead Manager of the RMB Fixed Income Strategy, shares his views on how to capture the growth and yield opportunities in China’s fixed income market.
Geoffrey Lunt Senior Investment Specialist, Fixed Income
As China’s economic growth rate returns to its pre-Covid levels, the RMB continues to strengthen and inflation rates remain low, its bond market has claimed the global investment spotlight. In addition to attractive yields, China fixed income offers an array of investment opportunities to global investors seeking growth and diversification. As a result, foreign inflows into China's bond market have sustained their momentum in the first two months of 2021, even after scaling record highs in 2020. In this webinar, Renee Chen, Ming Leap and Geoffrey Lunt will discuss their views on China’s new Five-Year Plan (2021-2025), its economic blueprint, and thoughts on attractive opportunities within China bonds in the Year of the Ox.
In this video, Ming Leap, Portfolio Manager of Asian Fixed Income and Lead Manager of the RMB Fixed Income Strategy, shares his views on how to capture the growth and yield opportunities in China's fixed income market. 08 February 2021
In this video, Caroline Yu Maurer, Head of China and Hong Kong Equities, shares her views on the outlook for Chinese equity markets on the back of the first year of China's Five Year Plan (2021-2025). 08 February 2021
Asian high yield bond markets have attracted strong flows in 2020 despite the challenging global environment. Watch this video to learn why Asia high yield continues to stand out as an asset class, particularly as the “lower-for-longer” scenario persists.
18 December 2020
In this podcast, Jimmy Choong, Associate Director, Multi-Asset & Wealth, explains the attractive characteristics of our Asia multi-asset high income strategy and why investors should consider this strategy to capitalise on Asian growth.
04 January 2021
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