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Asia’s private banks cool on Chinese ADRs as de-listing threat grows

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Private banks are shifting their allocations to Chinese stocks away from New York-traded ADRs towards those listed in Hong Kong and onshore, citing attractive valuations, supportive policy and less regulatory risk. The change comes as Chinese companies listed in the US face regulatory pressure, both from a looming drive to de-list these groups from American exchanges and a crackdown by…

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