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China's drive for global market integration nabs 'soft power' victory

FTSE Russell to add A-shares in indexes, following MSCI move to increase weighting

A brokerage house in Shanghai
In the FTSE Global All Cap Index, A-shares are expected to have a weighting of roughly 0.57%   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- China's domestically listed stocks will be added to the FTSE Russell's global indexes, the data and analytics provider said on Thursday, giving Beijing another victory in its push for greater global financial integration. The announcement comes a day after MSCI said it would consider lifting the weighting of mainland stocks in its benchmark indexes.

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