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China’s Stock Rout to Resume as Intervention Ends, Says BofA

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The rebound in China’s stocks will be short-lived because state intervention is too costly to continue and valuations aren’t justified given the slowing economy, says Bank of America Corp.

“As soon as people sense the government is withdrawing from direct intervention, there will be lots of investors starting to dump stocks again,” said David Cui, China equity strategist at Bank of America in Singapore. The Shanghai Composite Index needs to fall another 35 percent before shares become attractive, he said.