Michael Pettis: China's Stocks Should Rise in 2011

February 12th, 2011
in econ_news

China-dragon Econintersect:  Michael Pettis, a professor at the University of Peking and and economic advisor in China, thinks that Chinese stocks will experience a liquidity driven rise in value in 2011.

Follow up:

Pettis does feel that there will be an increased risk of a pullback as the year comes to an end because of the uncertainty that will be building over the change in government leadership that will take place in 2012.

Source:  GEI Opinion

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