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Russell will not Chinese FTSE A A-share index of emerging markets stocks market center: exclusive offer full industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Sina stocks warrants 30 pm Beijing time news index provider FTSE Russell (FTSE Russell) said on Thursday, temporarily not to Chinese A shares into emerging the market index, echoing the U.S. index Ming Sheng company MSCI in June this year temporarily put A shares into emerging markets index decision. Russell, chief executive officer of Mark, said A shares will remain on the watch list, which may be included in the secondary emerging markets, saying that China was included in the emerging markets index is only a matter of time Makepeace. China is very important, the index will eventually be implemented, Makepeace said by telephone. "None of us is sure when it will be included, but China is a very big and important market," he said." Makepeace pointed out that although the Chinese side has made changes, including the introduction of Shanghai and Hong Kong through the increase in quotas and reduce the restrictions on the repatriation of funds, etc., but still need to enhance the confidence of foreign financial markets in china. Although Russell did not formally change the country rich grade, but has said Argentina and Romania were included in the forefront of the market and is likely to rise to secondary emerging market status of the watch list, also may be possible from Nigeria into the forefront of the market is not relegated to the market name single classification. Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Mongolia, Poland and Saudi Arabia are still on the table, but they have not seen any changes, according to the company. Russell will release the official update next March. (end) editor: Li Wu SF053相关的主题文章: