MSCI: Stress testing a China hard landing

The decline in Chinese equities and commodity prices this summer renewed investor concerns about a possible economic hard landing in the Asian giant. In particular, the 8.5% market plunge on August 24 spread fear into global markets that continues to this time.

As global economic and market uncertainty persists, a coherent and a structured approach to assess macroeconomic and market scenarios and their impact on investor portfolios is key. Investors can use a carefully designed stress test

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