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EPFR Papers: China Evergrande – Fixed on its fate
EPFR Papers: China Evergrande – Fixed on its fate

The fate of China’s Evergrande, the second-largest developer in China by sales, could have a knock-on effect on China’s real estate sector and the international markets, in what doomsayers have warned could well be another Lehman moment for financial markets.

EPFR Papers: China: Should it be in an asset class of its own?
EPFR Papers: China: Should it be in an asset class of its own?

Our latest technical paper discusses China as an asset class from the perspective of the EPFR China Flows and Positioning datasets. China Share Class Allocations (CSCA) is the latest in a progression of datasets offered by EPFR that shed light on China, stretching back to Emerging Markets Equity Fund flows in 1995.

Quants Corner: China share class: Keep calm & watch letter A
Quants Corner: China share class: Keep calm & watch letter A

In the previous quants corner piece released in May, Chinese Share Classes: Getting past the letter A, we noted the increasing allocation by active fund managers to Hong Kong listed Chinese securities (H shares, Red chips and P chips) and, as a result, the steady drop in their underweight relative to the benchmark.