- "Sentiment has turned in favor of growth and cheap valuations in the Chinese market," says a Hong Kong-based fund manager. Shanghai "has been lagging for a long time so [it's catching] up with world markets. The policy changes in China are favorable.”
- Among the more recent measures are the cutting of reserve requirements, accelerated infrastructure spending, and loosened property curbs.
- In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng rose for a fifth straight session, up 0.9% amid reports the so-called "through train" scheme - which would allow direct stock trading between Hong Kong and Shanghai - will launch in October.
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