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China will have to do more to convince stock investors about the sustainability of the market rally spurred by recent rescue measures, fund managers Pictet and Saxo say. China’s securities regulator rolls out a slew of measures in a bid to reverse a stock market rout that is seen threatening the financial system and posing a risk to social stability. China’s state-run funds have stepped up their intervention this year, as indicated by a sudden surge in the combined assets of the top five exchange-traded funds that track major onshore benchmark indices. The Hang Seng Index reaches the highest level since January 4 as the city’s top developers lead gainers.

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