A-share correction: How much more to go?
Given that the fundamentals of listed Chinese companies are good, the long-term signs for the A-share market are also good.
The A-share price correction since October 2007 resembles the bursting of the red-chip bubble in Hong Kong in the mid-1990s. Despite the cyclical correction, the strong long-term fundamentals behind Chinese stocks are still intact. Economic and statistical indicators suggest that the price correction in A-shares is probably in an advanced stage. But price undershoot is still possible in the short-term before a bottom is found. A 20% fall will take the A-share average trailing PE ratio down to the one-standard-deviation...
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