Buying Into Tencent, Alibaba, JD.com: Stonehorn Capital

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Jul.28 — Sam Le Cornu, co-founder and chief executive officer of Stonehorn Global Partners, shares his views on Chinese stocks, and the market implications of Federal Reserve policy. Large-cap China stocks listed in the U.S. rebounded Wednesday and stocks in China and Hong Kong jumped Thursday after authorities intensified efforts to calm market fears about Beijing’s crackdown on the private education industry. Le Cornu also discusses the opportunities he sees in South Korean stocks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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