Bank of America picks Asia-Pacific stocks to sell partly because of high revenue exposure to China

Bank of America's Asia stocks team expects companies in the region to see demand drop as Covid controls drag on China's economy
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Bank of America's Asia stocks team has not recommended buying China stocks since November 2020. Now with the resurgence of Covid controls, the analysts have screened for stocks outside the country that are vulnerable to a China slowdown.

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