Comment: The dragon defiant as China's capital markets take off

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China's capital markets are likely to confound the sceptics. Investors should expect the financial markets to recover as pessimism fades, argues Craig Farley. As investors, we operate in a world of probabilities rather than certainties. One caveat to this rule is the uncanny ability of financial markets to confound conventional thinking, creating sharp swings in sentiment and, by extension, equity prices. China's headline index's returns over the past two years of 54.3% and -18.75% in 2...

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