Chinese Equities Exciting in 2022: HSBC’s Van Der Linde

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Herald van der Linde, head of APAC equity strategy at HSBC Holdings Plc., discusses Chinese equities, rotation flows from China and the risks to Asian equities. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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