China's A-Shares: A Roller Coaster Most of Us Aren't On
Most U.S.-based investors investing in China are fairly insulated from the recent turmoil, says Matthews' Andy Rothman.
Russ Kinnel: Hi, I'm Russ Kinnel, director of manager research at Morningstar. Today, I'm joined by Andy Rothman, market strategist at Matthews Asia. I asked Andy to get on the line with us because I've been really interested in what's going on in China.
Andy, we've seen China's stock market this year have a tremendous rally, and then it sold off, essentially giving back its gains for the year, which really isn't that big of a deal. You see that all the time in markets. But what's interesting to me is China's reaction has been very strong. They are trying a lot of different measures to prop the stock market up. So, I'm kind of curious about why you think they are doing that. Do you think the measures are effective?
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