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China's stock markets have been on a tear so far this year, amid optimism about a possible trade deal with the U.S. and hopes that the economy may be bottoming out.
Investors have been watching the health of the Chinese economy amid Beijing's ongoing trade dispute with Washington.
"I think most of the gains for this year in Chinese as well as Asian equity markets are already behind us," said Mixo Das, Asia equity strategist at J.P. Morgan.
China's economy increasingly appears set to avoid a dreaded "hard landing" and that could help push the country's stock markets higher the rest of this year, an investment strategist said.
Brazil, Russia, India and China were supposed to reshape the economy in the early 2000s. But that all changed after the financial crisis.
China's exports for the month of March came in much higher than expected, while its imports came in much lower than expected, according to customs data released on Friday.
China's March consumer inflation rose to a five-month high due to rising food prices, data from the country's National Bureau of Statistics released Thursday showed.
The International Monetary Fund said China is projected to grow by 6.3 percent this year, higher than the previous forecast of 6.2 percent.
This year's best-performing ETFs have little in common, but they center on three red-hot themes: China, cannabis and genomics.
China's stimulus-boosted private sector is on track to lead the economy to a "self-sustained recovery" that could see growth hit 6.6 percent this year, according to HSBC.
Investors such as BlackRock, Pimco and UBS say high-yield bonds by Chinese property developers are an attractive investment this year.
Speaking at the Ambrosetti Workshop on the shores of Lake Como, near Milan, Jim O'Neill said that China has become an integral part of the global economy.
Chinese investors are bullish on global equities this year, and see the world economic slowdown as a bigger worry than the trade war, according to survey results by J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
A total of 364 onshore Chinese bonds will be added to the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index over the next 20 months.
Stocks in Shenzhen surged more than 3 percent on Thursday after a series of data released on Sunday and Monday showed Chinese economic activity improved unexpectedly in March.