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Chinese stock markets plan ‘circuit breakers’ against volatility

Chinese stock markets have proposed “circuit breakers” to freeze trading if stocks rise or fall too fast, after recent fluctuations on its bourses spooked global markets, a news report said Tuesday, dpa reports.

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Shocking Economic Study Finds Bird In Hand No Longer Worth Two In The Bush!

LONDINIUM, UK — The prestigious Oxford-Cambridge School of Economic Studies has just published a shocking report on the state of the world economy.  Their principle finding?   563 more words

Bird In The Hand

China Punished 197 People for Stock Market Meltdown

I pointed out the Chinese government’s ability to deal with stock market meltdown and gave the advice not to fight against a rich and powerful government in stock market in the following five posts: 690 more words

Why China’s economic blunders are here to stay

The recent turmoil in global financial markets triggered by China’s economic slowdown raises an uncomfortable question about the quality of the nation’s economic leadership. The myth of Beijing’s infallible leadership has deflated in the wake of China’s stock market collapse and economic slowdown. 797 more words


Chinese stock index jumps 5.3 per cent as Asian stocks rise after Wall Street rebound

BEIJING – China’s main stock market index has surged 5.3 per cent, its biggest gain in eight weeks, as Asian markets rose following Wall Street’s overnight rebound. 50 more words


China Xi’s Iron Fist in Dealing Blows at Stock Market Irregularities

I said in my post “Do Not Fight against Rich and Powerful Government in Stock Market 2” yesterday that the Chinese government “can punish short sellers. 710 more words

Do Not Fight against Rich and Powerful Government in Stock Market 2

On July 29, I had a post titled “Do Not Fight against Rich and Powerful Government in Stock Market”, giving the advice that selling short against rich and powerful Chinese government’s efforts to stabilize the Chinese stock market is doomed to failure. 1,485 more words