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Author Topic: China's stock market bearing the brunt of trade-war pain so far, chart shows  (Read 190 times)

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The occasional knee-Knock-out option reaction aside, U.S. equities continue to largely brush off trade-war fears. That isn’t the case for Chinese, emerging market and European stock markets.

Analysts at UBS looked at days when there has been a “trade shock,” which they define as a day on which their list of 115 global equities most exposed to trade tensions underperform or outperform the MSCI ACWI index of world stocks by 0.5% — something that’s happened 24 times since March. They then stripped out the price action during those days and used the difference between the actual and “shadow” (free of trade shocks) price indexes to estimate the drag that tensions have had on equities around the world, as reflected in the chart below from a Wednesday note.

The S&P 500 (SPX) however, has suffered only a 3.2% drag from trade concerns. The U.S. benchmark, which had suffered a correction in February before trade tensions began to mount, returned to record territory in late August and is up more than 8% in the year to date. “Our results show that U.S. equities are pricing in little trade impact at the moment, and could be vulnerable should tensions escalate,” they said. “Conversely, if trade tensions ease, [emerging-market] Asia equities have the most room to rally.”

Trade woes have been a drag of just 2.5% on the Nasdaq Composite (COMP) and only 0.3% on the more domestically focused, small-cap Russell 2000 (RUT) the analysis found.

The next big event will be the formal U.S. announcement of tariffs on a further $200 billion of imports from China, the analysts said. UBS economists are penciling in a 10% tariff but see risks of a 25% rate or broader tariffs, the analysts said. Indeed, President Donald Trump on Friday warned that the administration was weighing import duties on an additional $267 billion of goods. China has vowed to continue retaliating on U.S. tariff moves.

On the optimistic side, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that the U.S. had approached China regarding a new round of trade talks, in an effort to give Beijing an opportunity to address Washington’s trade concerns before the Trump administration imposes more tariffs.

UBS previously cut its forecast for fourth-quarter U.S. economic growth to a 1.6% annualized rate and a higher tariff could prompt them to cut it to below 1%, the analysts said.

.:https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/savingandinvesting/chinas-stock-market-bearing-the-brunt-of-trade-war-pain-so-far-chart-shows/ar-BBNesuj



 

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