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UBS research report floods the screen: Central Huijin and others bought more than 410 billion through ETF and it is unlikely to reduce their holdings in the short term_ Oriental Fortune Network

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UBS research report floods the screen: Central Huijin and others bought more than 410 billion through ETF and it is unlikely to reduce their holdings in the short term_ Oriental Fortune Network

UBS Research Report: National Teams Invest Over 410 Billion Yuan Through ETFs

A recent UBS research report has revealed that the market size of “national teams” such as Central Huijin may exceed 410 billion yuan. These national teams, including Huijin, CSI Financial Services, and the investment platform of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, have not only brought in incremental funds but also restored market confidence.

The report tracked 19 CSI 300 ETFs, 19 CSI 500 ETFs, 7 CSI 1000 ETFs, and 9 CSI 2000 ETFs. According to UBS, the net inflow into the A-share market through ETFs may exceed 410 billion yuan, with CSI 300, CSI 500, CSI 1000, and CSI 2000 accounting for the majority of the inflows.

With A-shares standing above 3,000 points and 9 out of 10 trading days closing with gains, the market’s stability has become a focal point of attention. Foreign investment institutions remain optimistic, with the potential for further shareholdings from Central Huijin and other companies under extreme market conditions.

Northbound funds have also shown significant growth, with a net inflow of 33 billion yuan in February, including Chinese securities firms increasing their northbound positions. Institutions with foreign backgrounds like The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation and JP Morgan Chase Financial (Hong Kong) have also been active in the market.

The report suggests that the “national team” is unlikely to reduce its holdings in the short term, given historical trends and favorable market valuations. The market entry scale of the national team is larger than historical levels, leaving room for further increases in shareholdings.

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Overall, the UBS research report emphasizes the positive impact of national team investments through ETFs on the A-share market and suggests continued confidence in the market’s performance in the near future.

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