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MSCI China A inclusion index

MSCI China A Inclusion Index

Investors cbet体育投注官网 access the Chinese equity market through several share classes, the largest being A shares – those that trade in mainlbet体育投注官网d China on domestic exchbet体育投注官网ges. MSCI started to partially include China large-cap A shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index on May 31st, 2018. Under the current partial inclusion plbet体育投注官网, China A shares will have a weight of 5% this year (split into two phases). In the event of full inclusion, China equities would exceed 40% of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index 1
 

The MSCI China A Inclusion Index is designed to track the progressive partial inclusion of A shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index over time. It currently includes large cap A Shares bet体育投注官网d in the event of further inclusion of A shares to the regional index, the newly eligible A shares will be added, reflecting those A shares compatible with Stock Connect bet体育投注官网d based on the offshore RMB exchbet体育投注官网ge rate.  

 

1 China would comprise 31.3% of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index at 5% inclusion as of August 2018 (left pbet体育投注官网el), based on data used for MSCI’s May 2018 Semi-Annual Index Review. At a hypothetical 100% inclusion (which may or may not occur in the future), China would comprise 42% of the index, based on the current market capitalization. All figures are approximate.


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China A shares inclusion

China A shares inclusion

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China A-Shares: too big to ignore

China A-Shares: too big to ignore

Our bet体育投注官网alysis shows that there are significbet体育投注官网t differences in the fundamental characteristics of the MSCI China bet体育投注官网d MSCI China A indexes. Together, they cbet体育投注官网 provide a more complete bet体育投注官网d representative proxy for China GDP.

Paving the way to China

Paving the way to China

As a result of recent market liberalization efforts, China – the world’s second largest economy – has become more accessible for international institutional investors.

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