Cheapest Chinese Stocks Since 1997 Don’t Signal RallyBloomberg News
The last time China’s stocks were this cheap in 2008, the benchmark index rose 83 percent in a year. Now is different as policy makers struggle to reverse the worst economic slowdown in more than a decade, the most-accurate strategists say.
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