Manufacturing and services output data shows slowest expansion rate since May 2014.
Manager retains some exposure to country in spite of it not being in his trust’s new benchmark.
Changes due to ‘boards addressing long-term performance issues’, says AIC’s chief exec Sayers
Managers think the country’s A-shares market may be set to rocket after a recent blip.
Move by First State Stewart team to split into two has prompted research company to downgrade funds run by stars Angus Tulloch and Jonathan Asante.
Chinese stockmarkets have continued to display volatility, with the Shanghai Composite down more than 7 per cent.
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