Robert Half Downgraded at BofA Securities on Labor Market Easing Expectations By Investing.com

Robert Half Downgraded at BofA Securities on Labor Market Easing Expectations By Investing.com

Retail Investors’ Share of Chinese Stock Markets Falls Below 70% What’s new: Retail investors’ dominance of China’s stock market is continuing to shrink as institutional investors grow more active and individual players embrace concepts including value, long-term and rational investing, a top market regulator said. In 2021, retail investors’ equity trading value dropped below 70% of total market value for the first time, compared with about 10% in the U.S., Li Chao, vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), said Thursday at a press conference. As of the end of May, domestic institutional investors and foreign investors held 22.8% of total outstanding market value, an increase of 6.9 percentage points from 2016, Li said. In the past decade, China’s stock market has expanded 238.9%, and the bond market …
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