China's macro backdrop has investors worried. Here are some stocks that could be safe from any weakness


Some investors believe that a lackluster economic background in China should not stop Wall Street from investing in China’s second largest economy. China’s stocks have been under pressure as Beijing has dealt with a struggling property sector and the slower than expected recovery from the Covid-19 epidemic. The iShares MSCI China ETF is down over 7% in this year. The S & P500 has risen 16% in the same time period. Other concerns include: the country has high youth unemployment rates, weak consumer spending and an economy that is only on track to grow at a slow pace. Ben Kirby, co-head investments at Thornburg Investment Management, says that there are still some great stock ideas for emerging markets investors, as long as they know where to look. “China’s growth will be slower in