Bearish equities dampen China A-share warrants launch

Hong Kong warrants investors “will take time” to warm to new product, dealers say


Hong Kong’s first A-share related structured product has got off to a slow start since its launch in early August amid bearish sentiment across the equity sector, but still, banks are welcoming the product as another step forward in linking Hong Kong with China’s A-share market.

Trading in MSCI warrants is “relatively muted”, says Martin Wong, head of exchange-traded solutions for BNP Paribas in Hong Kong.

The product, MSCI China A 50 Connect Index derivatives warrants, was launched by Hong

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