Chinese stocks slip lower, taking breather after recent gains related to Beijing’s stabilising measures

Posted by Fullerton Markets on Sep 21, 2018 8:02:28 AM

China's stabilising measures amidst trade war with US brings optimism, but how long will this last?

The Shanghai Composite Index edged lower 0.1 percent or 1.61 points to 2,729.24. The CSI 300 – which tracks large companies listed on China’s two major exchanges – decreased 0.1 percent or 2.35 points to 3,310.13.

What would be the effects of these data on China's economy? Our Chief Strategist Jimmy Zhu gives his take in this article by the South China Morning Post.