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The world’s hottest stock market is in China

Blankfein: China ‘deserves’ to be largest economy

Forget the S&P — markets in China are on an insane tear this year and show no signs of slowing.

The Shenzhen Composite has surged a whopping 45% so far — easily making it the world’s hottest market in 2015. China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite has also jumped a staggering 19%.

These giant market leaps are at odds with the broader Chinese economy — GDP growth is clocking a slower pace and recent economic data points have been disappointing.

But experts say that Chinese investors are betting the central government will be forced to take stimulus action to revive the sluggish economy — a move that is expected to keep lifting stocks.

“The equity market clearly believes the Chinese government will continue to take policy action to achieve its growth target, and poor growth statistics will lead to greater policy easing,” wrote BNP Paribas equity strategist Manishi Raychaudhuri in a research note.

The country’s banks have also been told they can keep less cash in reserve, and benchmark interest rates have already been cut twice this year. Both moves have boosted stocks, according to Michael Liang of Foundation Asset Management. Economists predict the central bank will cut interest rates even further.

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Shenzhen, in particular, has been helped by its mix of listed companies — the index is full of young tech, media and telecom firms. In Shanghai, large state-owned firms are the main attraction.

Experts say China’s equities boom has also been fueled by renewed interest from retail investors.

Back in 2013, investors fled in droves after a series of fat-finger trading errors damaged confidence and raised questions over poor market regulation.

Related: Chinese investors trade way more often than Americans

Now, many individual investors are taking their money out of alternative investments — such as the flailing property sector — and putting it back into stocks.

About 170,000 new stock trading accounts are opened per business day in China, more than 10 times the average for last year, according to BNP.

China’s massive stock rise is only lining the pockets of domestic investors — foreign investment into Chinese stocks is still largely restricted. Trading volume through a program that launched last year allowing foreigners to invest in Shanghai has contributed a negligible fraction of daily turnover, Raychaudhuri said.

But for Chinese investors, “the wall of money seems destined to continue flowing, at least in the near term,” said Raychaudhuri.


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Buy me some peanuts and Pepsi stock

Take me out to the stock market

It’s almost Opening Day for America’s pastime! And who doesn’t love baseball?

Traders and economists clearly do.

You’ll often hear people talking about swinging for the fences to find home run stocks and discussing the economic recovery in terms of innings.

Former Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke even promised in his first tweet earlier this week that his new blog will focus on “economics, finance, and sometimes baseball.”

With this in mind, we’ve come up with a list of publicly traded companies with ties to the diamond. It’s a roster of stocks that diehard Yankees and Red Sox fans should be able to support.

If you made an exchange-traded fund for them, the ticker symbol could be BASE. Here’s a look at the lineup card.

Amer Sports (AGPDY): The Finnish company already owns baseball and glove maker Wilson. It just announced a deal to buy the king of bats: Louisville Slugger.

Related: Wilson buys Louisville Slugger

Mizuno: The Japanese sports equipment giant — listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange — may be most famous for its golf irons. But it also makes gloves, cleats, catcher’s masks and other baseball products.

Jarden (JAH): You may not recognize the name of this consumer goods conglomerate. But you know its brands — such as mop maker Quickie, Yankee Candle and Crock-Pot. It also owns baseball glove king Rawlings.

And you could argue that Jarden has another baseball brand with Mr. Coffee. After all, Yankees great Joe DiMaggio was a long-time celebrity spokesman.

Aramark (ARMK): Beer here! This food services company operates concession stands for several major league stadiums, including Red Sox home Fenway Park, Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Citi Field in New York (the Mets) and Coors Field in Colorado.

Related: Minor league ballpark to sell Krispy Kreme bacon donut hot dog

Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB): It shouldn’t be that big of a surprise that Warren Buffett is a fan of baseball — and the business of sports.

The Oracle of Omaha has a great minor league team to root for after all: The Storm Chasers (part of the Kansas City Royals farm system) are the two-time defending Triple-A champs. Berkshire owns athletic apparel company Russell and ball manufacturer Spalding.

Pepsi (PEP): A trip to the ballpark is never complete without that iconic box of caramel popcorn and peanuts. Cracker Jack is part of Pepsi’s Frito-Lay food empire.

If you decide to buy any of these stocks, here’s hoping you don’t strike out with any of them. Happy investing. And play ball!

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