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Investors expect a bullish stock market this year

By Hu Yuanyuan (

09:00, May 08, 2013

Around two-thirds of Chinese investors expect a rebound in the stock market this year, a survey from global investment management company Franklin Templeton showed on Tuesday.

According to the report, 68 percent of the surveyed Chinese investors believe the stock market will go up, compared with 11 percent last year.

Investors expect an investment return rate of 13.2 percent this year, an increase from last year's expectations of 7.8 percent.

Forty-three percent of Chinese investors believe that China offers the best equity opportunities this year and over the next decade globally.

Precious metals, real estate and stocks are expected to be the top three performers this year and over the next 10 years, with non-metal commodities close behind, the survey showed.

Meanwhile, Chinese investors believe the possibility of the real estate bubble bursting and declining exports will be the biggest threat to the market, followed by an economic slowdown.

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