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KraneShares Advisors

January 22, 2020

End of Human Civilization May Have Been Premature

Asian equity markets were largely higher after yesterday’s hysteria surrounding the coronavirus. Japan, Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, and Singapore were up while India, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia were off. Markets were off in early trading, especially in Hong Kong and Mainland China.

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KraneShares Advisors

January 7, 2020

Risk On, Foreign Reserves Climb

Asian equities were a sea of green as markets turned risk on following US equity markets higher with only Taiwan off. Oil and gold’s decline led the energy and material sectors lower in Hong Kong trading. Automaker Geely (175 HK) gained +1.55% after strong December sales though 2019 sales declined nearly 10% in 2019. Mainland stocks had a very strong day, which we discuss further below.

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December 19, 2019

Home Stretch

Some analysts expect the US dollar to weaken and the pound to strengthen next year – the latter thanks to the postponed business investment likely to arrive once Brexit is brexecuted.

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Vanguard Investments

December 18, 2019

UK Election Result Eases Brexit Uncertainty – For Now

Sterling rallied sharply on the result, which reduces some of the short-term uncertainty that has dominated UK politics and the economy in recent months. The UK parliament should now be able to approve the Brexit withdrawal agreement relatively soon, although questions still remain on how long negotiations with the European Union (EU) on a future trade deal will take once the UK leaves on 31 January 2020.

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KraneShares Advisors

November 12, 2019

Singles Day Recap: Chinese Consumers Alive & Kicking

Asian equities had a surprisingly strong day following yesterday’s selloff as virtually all of the markets rebounded. Hong Kong rebounded despite protests in the financial district yesterday afternoon. Some companies let employees leave work early which led to them getting caught up in the mayhem.

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