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China is facing an energy crisis. Here's how to play the market, according to Jefferies

A person walks past a coal fired power plant in Jiayuguan, Gansu province, China, on Thursday, April 1, 2021.
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China's power shortages are "getting serious" — but some stocks and commodities could benefit from the energy crisis, according to Jefferies.

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