Fisher: Chinese Stocks Will Rebound With or Without More Stimulus
Stimulus, stimulus, stimulus! Regarding China, conventional Western wisdom fixates on government stimulus — and worries that much more is necessary to rev up the middle kingdom’s economic engine. Many bemoan that the tens of trillions of yuan pledged this year still pale in comparison with 2020’s measures — let alone 2008’s sweeping financial crisis aid. Some have even called for direct payments to consumers. What they miss is that the Chinese economy doesn’t need that much help now. Re-openings will provide all the juice needed to get businesses humming again, provided another round of new Covid outbreaks doesn’t interfere. Here is how to see the overlooked bullish reality few outside China can fathom.
Ken Fisher is the founder and executive chairman of Fisher Investments, a money management firm serving large institutions and high net worth individuals globally.
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