China Markets Face Choppy Return From Holidays As Risks Abound

The market of China is currently facing choppy returns from the holidays as risks abound. The marker of China is now all set to reopen after a long holiday in the middle of the global market backdrop. There was a long Golden Week holiday in the China market. This holiday was against an uncertain global market backdrop which might temper positiveness about spending the boom at home. This news has been recently announced by China market officials. Many things have happened overseas amid markets were closed. It has been stated that the risk assets were hammered as the continued concern about the higher for longer US interest rates has produced a Treasuries selloff which had lapped through the world markets.

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At the time of the Golden Week holiday, a lot of overseas mainland markets were clearly shut. The risk assets that were hammered as the renewed concern about the higher for longer United States interest rates produced a Treasuries selloff which was completely lapped by the world markets. If we take a look at the domestic front the tourism revenue at the time of the holiday was totally surgery every year adding to the bets which can China’s economy has likely bottomed.

Now there are some signals that are setting the stage for a choppy start for the mainland equities on Monday. The Chinese shares have been now listed in Hong Kong which rose on Friday. It has helped reduce the losses from 28th September 2023. On that day the onshare markets were last traded at 0.3%. Now the US-listed stocks have gained almost 0.3% in the period and the offshore yuan has now weakened to 0.2% against the dollar. As per the source, there are some chances that the Golden Week consumption will give some confidence to the markets in which demand is stabilizing. It can help boost the sentiment of the consumer and service sectors.

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The strategist with Bloomberg Intelligence, Marvin Chen has said that easing the domestic worries might come with the rising external headwinds via markets which are now adjusting at the higher for the longer Fed rates. many traders are hoping that the holiday consumption might boost to provide some new catalyst for the market which has gone slow. The investors are going to look at the improvement against the concerns that have strong Federal Reserve policy. Because of the wider interest rate gap with US China is facing a lot of risk.

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