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Kevin Gin
Kevin Gin, CFA focuses on valuation anomalies across certain industries and geographies. Kevin is a Board Member of CFA Singapore and volunteers with CFA Singapore on Research, UIRC and IBF Standards and is also an advisor on the CFA Institute China India strategy team.

Kevin brings with him more than 25 years of investment experience and was the Head of Greater China Property Research with Yuanta Securities (Hong Kong) with responsibilities ranging from research coverage and analysis, marketing, assisting in primary and secondary equity issues, PE and funds.

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Kevin Gin: Chinese Bull Run To Continue After Short Pause

The question on most investors’ minds is whether the current pause in the Chinese stock market is an opportunity for investors to add to their positions or whether it is the start of a correction as the market has run ahead of expectations.

  • 18 May 2015
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    Kevin Gin: The China Bull Run To Continue?

    Once again, China has caught the imagination of the world, with China’s capital markets, as represented by the CSI 300 Index (an index replicating the performance of 300 stocks traded on Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets) increasing by 127 percent in the last 12 months.

  • 04 May 2015
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    中国でIPO再開へ、紐威閥門など5社に上場承認

    Only In China? – RMB3.8 Billion Negative Revenue!

    Just when you think you have seen just about everything, something pops out and surprises you. Shipbuilding company China Rongsheng has reported negative revenues.

  • 15 April 2015
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    Sectors To Look Out For After China’s Rate Cut – Kevin Gin

    There was the Singapore budget, followed by the Indian budget, and then this week we will have the Chinese budget. Singapore’s budget was very social and is expected to yield a budget deficit of S$6.7bn. The Indian budget was pro-business, going beyond the “Made in India” campaign, but with no surprises will yield a deficit of 3.9% of GDP. China is cutting its key interest rates, a second time within the last four months.

  • 04 March 2015
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    Should You Invest In India Now? – Kevin Gin

    As the last of the BRIC countries to perform, investors have given India another chance In view of changes in the Government. For while the Modi effect is running its course, and optimism continues to run high, our fear is that the market is running ahead of expectations.

  • 12 February 2015
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