Fund Fights: Capturing China A-Shares with BlackRock’s CNYA vs Invesco’s C300

Fund Fights is a series where ETF Stream analyses the strengths and weaknesses of similar ETFs. This month, BlackRock’s CNYA and Invesco’s C300 go head-to-head

Jamie Gordon

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China equities are in focus after last year’s government crackdowns on the country’s tech sector and COVID-19 lockdowns coming to an end. Front of mind for investors are ETFs capturing A-Shares such as the iShares MSCI China A UCITS ETF (CNYA) and Invesco S&P China A 300 Swap UCITS ETF (C300) which offer exposure to China’s previously inaccessible onshore market.

A-Shares are companies listed on China’s Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges which, until recent years, could only be accessed by select, overseas institutional investors. However, this portion of the market capturing the world’s second-largest economy presents a few unique capital market opportunities...

This article first appeared in ETF Insider, ETF Stream's monthly ETF magazine for professional investors in Europe. To read the full article, click here.

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