China Last Night

China Last Night is a daily note produced by the KraneShares research team, led by Chief Investment Officer Brendan Ahern. This daily recap provides insights on what drove China’s equity, fixed income, and currency markets performance last night. Analysis includes local broker insights, policy, trade, public company announcements, and sector performance.

Content on China Last Night is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice.

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