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APS China A Share Fund gains 14.8% in October

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

Singapore-based fund management firm APS Asset Management saw its APS China A Share Fund gain 14.8% (net) in October and 18.8% YTD in 2015, outperforming the benchmark, the Shanghai A-Share Stock Price & Shenzhen A-Share Stock Price Indexes, by 1.00 percentage points and 4.41 percentage points respectively. The fund has annualized 16.4% since its inception in July 2004.

The fund invests in companies established or operating in the PRC that are listed on the A-share markets of the Shanghai Stock Exchange and/or Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

The Eurekahedge Greater China Hedge Fund Index returned 4.6% in October, 8.58% YTD, after three down months in the summer.

China has reached the "deep water" phase of Jinping’s reform APS told investors in its monthly performance report, "There is now growing evidence that China has reached the "deep water" phase of President Xi Jinping’s reform. Not only has fixed asset investment slowed down rapidly, the impact of which is felt most by bleeding steel mills and coal miners, domestic consumption also softened as consumer staple companies struggle to catch up with the escalating demands of more affluent consumers seeking sophisticated, high-quality goods. Chinese consumers who amused themselves by shopping for toilet covers in Japan certainly know this better. Demand stimulus measure......................

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