MSCI Again Refuses To Include Chinese A-SharesRupert Hargreaves
No A-Share inclusion leads to an unfavourable tactical backdrop for China but is not the end of the day; that’s according to Goldman Sachs’ analysts who were weighing in on MSCI’s decision not to include Chinese A-shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index as part of its 2016 Annual Market Classification Review. This is the 3rd consecutive year that MSCI decided not to add China-A shares to its benchmarks.
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