Analysts say it’s time to buy these 10 beaten-down Chinese stocks
An electronic screen displaying the Shanghai Composite Index and the Shenzhen Component Index is pictured on an overpass on July 2, 2020 in Shanghai, China.
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After a wild ride in 2021, some investors are turning more positive on Chinese stocks. It comes as valuations become more attractive, and amid the possibility that regulatory risks may be receding.