There won't be any substantial impact on U.S. earnings at all from the Chinese stock market decline.
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2015
The recent 30% decline in the Chinese stock market will have a minimal impact on Chinese consumer spending, as Chinese households are still predominantly savings-oriented - holding only a minimal amount of their wealth in the Chinese stock market. This is the opinion of CB Capital Advisors’ CIO, Henry To, who appeared recently on CNBC’s “Closing Bell” with Rick Santelli.
During the same interview, conducted on Monday, July 27th, Mr. To also stated that – with the recent decline in Chinese stocks – there are now pockets of value in the stocks of various blue-chip Chinese companies that could provide tremendous earnings and income growth for years to come.
The interview outlines why the recent decline in the Chinese stock market will have a minimal impact on U.S. corporate earnings and the U.S. economy, and where investors can find attractive values in Chinese stocks.
Find out more about Mr. To’s findings in this CNBC Closing Bell Interview, "CNBC Closing Bell Exchange: China Selloff."
Those interested in learning more about Mr. To’s research may contact him at: henry.to(AT)cbcapital.com.
About CB Capital
CB Capital is a global financial advisory and investment firm, comprising three practices: asset management, investment banking, and global macroeconomic research. Our primary mission is to bring innovative and value-added solutions to our clientele through a conservative and disciplined application of our diverse professional institutional investment banking talents.
Since 2001, CB Capital Partners has leveraged our business acumen and network to bring innovative and value-added solutions through a conservative and disciplined process.
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About Henry To
Mr. To is Chief Investment Officer for CB Capital Advisors, where he is responsible for setting the firm’s investment outlook. He is also the portfolio manager of the firm’s Global Absolute Return Liquidity fund, which aims to achieve a steady 8% to 12% return annually irrespective of the global economic environment. Henry is a regular contributor to CNBC, CCTV, and Forbes, where he is known for his global macroeconomic expertise, with a particular emphasis on Asia. Inquiries should be direct via e-mail at henry.to(AT)cbcapital.com or via phone at 949-415-7325.