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BT Money Hacks Podcast: Investing in China's market - the case for retail investors

In this BT Money Hacks Podcast: We host Catherine Yeung, Fidelity International's investment director, who explains the case for investing in China in 2021 and beyond.
In this BT Money Hacks Podcast: We host Catherine Yeung, Fidelity International's investment director, who explains the case for investing in China in 2021 and beyond.PHOTO: FIDELITY INTERNATIONAL

BT Money Hacks Ep 91: Investing in China's market - the case for retail investors

11:43 min

Synopsis: Updated fortnightly on Mondays, The Business Times breaks down useful financial tips.

This week's episode looks at the case for investing in China in 2021 and beyond. It is brought to you by Fidelity International: https://www.fidelity.com.sg/

BT's digital editor Chris Lim hosts Catherine Yeung, Fidelity International's investment director, who explains the following:

1. China's household consumption, GDP, and pent-up demand (0:42)

2. How retail investors can take advantage of China's domestic demand story (2:12)

3. What China’s tremendous data advantage means (3:15)

4. Investing opportunities: looking outside China’s big-name equities (6:10)

5. Income opportunities: yield from Chinese state-owned enterprises (8:26)

6. Assessing risk in Chinese markets (9:30)

Find out more about:

Fidelity International: https://www.fidelity.com.sg/news-and-insights/outlook

Fidelity's Case For Investing in China: https://www.fidelity.com.sg/Pages/2021-01-06-consumption-continues-grow-importance-outlook-2021-1609903367527

Produced by: Chris Lim and Ernest Luis

Edited by: Adam Azlee

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Do note: Any financial or investment information in this podcast is for use in Singapore only and is intended to be for your general information. Any particular investment or decision should only be made after consulting with a fully qualified financial adviser.