Structurers seek ways to tap Chinese growth as equities suffer

Investors in China are getting nervous as traditional asset classes such as stocks and commodities experience high volatility, with the MSCI China Index dropping 25% in September

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Chinese equities have become the laggards of the Bric (Brazil, Russia, India and China) countries, after seeing a staggering 25% plunge during September, according to the MSCI China Index. Banks are now left with the challenge of structuring investment products that tap into growth in China’s real economy.

In an attempt to provide investors with a more wide-ranging representation of  China's equity market, MSCI launched an All China Index in September, providing exposure to large and mid-caps

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