China Stocks Jump After MSCI, Spurring Intervention Speculation

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  • Onshore yuan erases drop after weakening to five-year low
  • Shenzhen stocks gain on expectation of expedited bourse link

MSCI Spurns China's A-Shares for a Third Time

China’s stocks jumped the most in two weeks, reversing an earlier loss and spurring speculation that state-backed funds may be supporting the market after MSCI Inc. refused to add the nation’s domestic equities to benchmark indexes. The yuan erased declines.

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