Stock market sentiment and the draining of China's savings deposits
This letter examines the importance of sentiment effects on asset allocation decisions in mainland China. While liquidity matters too, we find that rising stock market sentiment exerted a statistically significant negative effect on Chinese time deposit growth during 2003-2007.
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