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China yanks the string on the stock exchange yo-yo by going after "illegal" sales

Selling shares on China’s super-volatile stock market isn’t just discouraged by the government: It might be illegal.

That’s the message behind regulators’ investigations into illegal and irregular stock-trading activity in the last two weeks—news that helped to drive the Shanghai Composite up 3.4%, after a stomach-churning decline the day before. 367 more words

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: China losing control as stocks crash despite emergency measures

Telegraph UK — Margin debt on the Chinese stock market has reached $1.2 trillion. ‘We suspect that it’s a matter of time before banks may have to face the music,’ Bank of America says… 111 more words


Will China's stock market slump impact B.C.?

WATCH: Stock markets around the world fell after a slide on the Shanghai stock exchange. Will there be a negative impact here in B.C.?

The Shanghai share index posted its biggest one-day plunge since February 2007, sinking 8.5 per cent Monday. 347 more words


Markets in Freefall, Chinese shares and VCT Issues

While the world seems to be collapsing around us – with sharp falls in the price of most commodities including the critical ones of oil and gold – this writer took the time to attend the Annual General Meeting of Downing ONE VCT this morning. 861 more words

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Chinese stocks haven't had this many bad days since 2008

The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite index fell 8.5% in Monday trading, the worst daily drop since Feb. 27, 2007.

The current volatility underscores the running battle between investors and the government, which has tried to… 128 more words

What the hell is going on with China's stock market, charted

In case you turned away from China’s economic carnage for a moment, some surprising news: China’s stock crash has turned itself inside out.

The Shanghai Composite Index closed out this week up 16% since its July 8 nadir. 436 more words

The hidden danger of China's stock market bubble

In the year since June 2014, around 23 trillion yuan ($3.7 trillion) suddenly appeared in the Chinese stock markets. And then, even more quickly than they gushed in, trillions of those yuan simply evaporated. 533 more words