China's Big Tech Becomes Target for Investors Fearing Missing Out – Bloomberg

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What do you do when China’s fast-moving markets offer investors a taste of the rebound they’ve been longing for? Buy the country’s beaten-down technology stocks.
Big Tech is the most-favored Chinese sector by institutional and retail respondents in the latest MLIV Pulse survey, with 42% of 244 investors also saying they plan to increase their exposure to the country in the next year. 


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