John Allison on Chinese and global stock markets

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An investor watches a display of stock prices at a brokerage in Beijing, Friday, Aug. 21, 2015. Asian stocks fell further Friday after a survey showed Chinese manufacturing weakened this month. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

China expands its source of investment in the stock market. The government recently gave the green light to pour the massive pension fund into shares.

Only 30-percent of any pension fund can be invested in the market and China’s Social Security Ministry and the Ministry of Finance will monitor the investments.
According to official data, the amount of pension funds in China is about 580-billion dollars.

John Allison joined CCTV America to provide his insight on the Chinese and global stock markets. He is the CEO of Unio Capital.

John Allison on Chinese and global stock markets

John Alliston joined CCTV America to provide his insight on the Chinese and global stock markets. He is the CEO of Unio Capital.


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