OSAKA, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Osaka based financial asset management company Iyo Iwata Management has commented on China’s new stance, to allow more access for foreign investors into its financial markets.
The Chinese state council highlighted that they are looking to establish more significant ways in order to open up their stock markets, thus encouraging foreign capital inflows.
Some efforts mentioned have been delisting Chinese companies from American stock exchanges to boost attraction to its stock exchanges in mainland China.
Analysts from Iyo Iwata Management highlighted that China currently boasts the world’s second-largest equity market, behind the United States. With more foreign capital flowing through mainland China, it would be expected to see gains within their capital markets sector.
“Recently, China was included in significant stock indices as global index MSCI and Bloomberg’s Barclays Global Aggregate Index. The recent inclusion allowed American investors to have further access in Chinese markets.“ commented Mr. Hashi Seiichi, Research Director at Iyo Iwata Management.
MSCI Inc, a global stock index provider, has encompassed over $1.9 trillion worth of Chinese A-shares to its emerging markets index. America currently hosts some of the largest Chinese companies on its financial exchanges such as e-commerce giant Alibaba, Jd.com, Tencent and Baidu.
Companies have had a tendency to list on U.S. exchanges as they pose more of an attractive environment for investors and have greater visibility and exposure.
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