Social Security Fund and Securities Firms: Control the External Import Risk

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 Social Security Fund and Securities Firms: Control the External Import Risk


It is believed that securities companies and social security foundations should jointly play their roles as national economic and financial policy transmitters and market stabilizers, adhere to a political, professional and responsible investment research culture, adhere to bottom line thinking, and coordinate efforts to tackle cross-industry and cross-market risks, abnormal market fluctuations and external inputs. The management and control of risk factors such as risk and insufficient liquidity will jointly promote the formation of a healthier and more dynamic economic and financial ecological environment.