What are the household holdings of financial products in China?
It seems to be generally accepted that real estate is the most popular savings product for households in China and perhaps it is also true in the wealthy countries for median households. I am specifically interested in financial products; not direct ownership in real estate; not life insurance; not small business participation or sole proprietorship.
Specifically what would the pie chart look like for the aggregate of all households if the categories were... certificates of deposit for fixed rates, CDs for floating rates, active equity mutual funds, "passive" equity mutual funds, equity ETFs, bond mutual funds, bond ETFs, China's so called "wealth management products" sold by banks and non-bank institutions, local government bonds, China bonds, deferred annuities, equity in widely held corporations ("stocks"). What are the categories of "wealth management products" in the way of short duration, long duration, fixed income, with deposit insurance, without deposit insurance, corporate issuer, government issuer, equity. If these are not the appropriate categories then feel free to make the categories more appropriate.