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What re-opening might mean for China’s markets

We suspect investors are underestimating how disruptive the transition from zero-COVID will prove for China, which could threaten some of the recent rises in the country’s equity prices, bond yields and currency. But once that disruption has begun to fade, those market trends could resume.

In view of the wider interest we are also sending this Global Markets Update to clients of our FX Markets Service.

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