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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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KraneShares Advisors

October 22, 2019

MSCI Responds to Rubio, New Orient Education (EDU) Earnings Exceed Expectations

Asian equity markets had a strong day except for India, which was an outlier by declining on the day, and Japan, which was closed. Hong Kong and Mainland China had the dual tailwinds of continued positive coverage of trade talks and the PBOC’s injection of liquidity into the interbank market. It was a fairly quiet day with Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng providing positive trade talk commentary.

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The Hammerstone Group

October 17, 2019

Early Look: Thursday, October 17, 2019

Stock futures are rising, tracking gains in Europe after leaders in Europe said the UK and EU reached a deal on Brexit. The British Pound jumps over 0.5% topping the 1.29 level, its highest levels since mid-May, while the euro also rises against the dollar. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -21 points to 22,451. the Shanghai Index was little changed at 2,977 and the Hang Seng Index rose 184 points to 26,848.

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KraneShares Advisors

October 15, 2019

China Last Night: October 15, 2019

Asian equities were predominantly up with Japan playing catch up after yesterday’s holiday while South Korea, Taiwan, India, Thailand and Indonesia were up. China, Malaysia and Singapore were down today while Hong Kong was basically flat despite China’s mainland media confirming trade talks had made “substantial progress”. Yesterday’s Bloomberg article on the lack of media mention was the latest negative spin on the positive steps taken by both sides.

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Blue Line Futures

October 14, 2019

FX Rundown: October 14, 2019

Fundamentals: Risk assets found broad support to finish last week as President Trump paraded an interim trade deal. Mounting positivity surrounding Brexit and soft U.S inflation data brought additional tailwinds to help the Euro settle Friday at the highest level since September 19th. The tables quickly turned coming out of the weekend though, cold water was poured over progress on each U.S-China and Brexit. Still, the Euro is clinging to gains in a low volatility atmosphere ahead of a crucial German ZEW Sentiment read tomorrow morning. The economic data has not gotten any better, Chinese Trade Balance last night showed Exports and Imports both contracted more than expected and tomorrow we hear the IMF’s revised growth estimates. We continue to believe rallies in the Euro are sell opportunities and if ZEW misses at 4:00 am CT tomorrow, look for follow through from today’s session to the downside.

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KraneShares Advisors

October 10, 2019

China Last Night: October 10, 2019

The latest round of trade negotiations begins today in Washington. It was a Jekyll & Hyde session as news flow swung from positive (US China FX deal, truce/not deal feasibility, US Huawei exemptions) to bad (little progress on Monday/Tuesday US China lower level trade dialogue, NBA, visas) back to positive leading to a mixed overnight session as Japan, HK and China gained while Korea and India were down on the day with Taiwan closed for holiday.

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