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In 3 years, Chinese stocks have lost $6 trillion.

In 3 years, Chinese stocks have lost $6 trillion. - The Hard News Daily

Hong Kong, January 23rd (THND) According to media sources, Chinese and Hong Kong equities have experienced a loss of over $6 trillion in value over the past three years, which is roughly double the annual economic production of Britain.

The stock market has experienced a decline of 10 percent this year, with the Shanghai Composite Index and Shenzhen Component indices showing respective decreases of 7 percent and 10 percent.

The significant declines, reminiscent of the previous Chinese stock market disaster of 2015-2016, emphasize a lack of trust among investors who are worried about the future of the country.

“The preceding three years undoubtedly presented significant challenges and frustrations for investors and market participants in Chinese equities,” stated analysts from Goldman Sachs (NYSE:) in a research note on Tuesday.

“China is currently experiencing suppressed valuations and decade-low allocations across investment fund mandates.”

The world’s second largest economy is beset by a multitude of issues. The factors contributing to the current situation are a significant decline in real estate, deflation, high levels of debt, a decreasing birth rate, and a diminishing workforce.

Additionally, there has been a trend towards ideology-driven policies that have unsettled the private sector and deterred international companies.

Chinese markets have become the most underperforming in the world this year due to the stock market crash.

Furthermore, this situation is occurring amidst a worldwide surge in stock market performance, mostly driven by the unprecedented success of Wall Street and Japan’s financial markets in Asia.



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