Dallas, Texas 03/06/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index (ETF) (NYSEARCA:FXI) and other ETFs such PFG, GXC, FXP as well as CHNA are expecting to see good days ahead, following the just announced results of 7.5% annual growth for 2014.
The results have had mixed reactions as may expected to see a downward revision in the goals as the government reworked its economic policies. Beijing is expected to reform the performance of the economy and will also look towards bringing down the credit, which is skyrocketing.
iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index (ETF)(NYSEARCA:FXI) and other ETFs such as QQQC, MCHI, YANG will benefit from the target achievement. These are also expected to sustain through the next fiscal, if the Premier of China’s forward looking policies are to hold true.
During the country’s highest organization- the National People’s Congress Annual Meeting, the Premier Li Keqiang made the announcements. He also went on to say that the government would also ensure that the reforms would lead to growth as well as higher sustainable standards. It is expected that China will now look at cutting down factories, while encouraging private investment.
iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index (ETF)(NYSEARCA:FXI) is expected to see better results, if the government were to follow through with the policies. The commitment now is to see higher private investment, and it will lower its target growth milestones.
The policies of the government will now look at fixed-asset investment growth of 17.5%, which is reportedly the least in over 12 years.
iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index (ETF)(NYSEARCA:FXI) is also to benefit from the cut-back on the target inflation in the country. The government is expected to work on the 3.5% inflation and see fiscal deficit of 2.1% growth in GDP over the fiscal.
On non-financial news, the company has also reiterated that it will henceforth look at lowering the pollution levels in the country. It expects to lower the steel and cement sector capacities to see ‘green’ factors in the pollution standards.