Shenzhen Stocks to Go From Worst to World's Best, Weiss Says

  • China's second-largest equity index is worst performer in 2016
  • Visser sees city as best placed for China's economic shift

People walk past Shenzhen Stock Exchange building

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Jordi Visser, head of investments at $1.4 billion U.S. hedge fund Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers, has a bold prediction for the world’s worst-performing stock market.

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