The Analysis of Unusual Trading Made by QFIIs
Since the QFII(Qualified foreign institutional investor) scheme being formally launched in China securities market in 2003, the overall size of QFII has kept expanding, and trading has become increasingly active. However, along with the increase of both QFII's trade volume and frequency, problems such as MOC orders impact, self-trading, short-swing trading and cross-border arbitrage also expose their inadaptability to existing trading rules. In the past few years, unusual trading activities taken by QFIIs already caused several times of abnormal price change. In this article, based on the QFII trading behavioral analysis and case study, an in-depth analysis as well as systematic suggestions is offered about the inadaptability problem of QFIIs.
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