sentix ASR Essentials 25-2015

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China concerns chime with Commodity caution

The latest sentix survey suggests investors have become more cautious on the outlook for Emerging Equity Markets, in a move that chimes with weakening sentiment towards Commodities as an asset class. At a market level, this change in investor opinion can be seen in the sharp reversal in readings on the Chinese market. Near-term sentiment readings on Chinese equities have been falling since April, with the latest survey seeing pessimism reach levels last seen in October last year, albeit readings are well above historic lows. At the same time, readings based on respondents’ medium-term strategic bias on China have fallen to levels last seen over a year ago. Such caution on the near and medium-term outlook for the Chinese equity market may have been lent support by the double-digit declines seen in indices such as the Shanghai Composite last week. See page 2 for charts.

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