Analysts said traders had largely ignored Monday's poor FDI data, placing their hopes on government policies aimed at revitalising the world's second biggest economy, such as measures to lower financing costs for smaller companies. "On the back of a series of supportive measures, investors are increasing their bets on the stock market," said Capital Securities analyst Li Bin. "They believe that it's just the beginning of a bull market. "These measures have largely offset the concerns about a slowing economy.
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