25 September 2007 08:25 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--Morgan Stanley has cut its weighting in Chinese downstream energy stocks and increased its exposure to upstream energy players due to the central bank’s decision to maintain a tightening of monetary policy, the US investment bank said.
“Investors should switch from downstream energy and power stocks [refinery and power utilities] to upstream [oil and coal], as the lack of pricing power of refiners and power companies will make them suffer more under the oil surge and China inflation,” Jerry Lou, an analyst from the US bank, said late on Monday.
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