Shanghai Composite Index

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China Considering Stock Index Circuit Breaker System To Prevent “Abnormal Fluctuations”, Xinhua Says

China is considering mechanisms such as a stock index circuit breaker system to temporarily shut down stock trading in order to prevent further “abnormal fluctuations”, China’s state-run Xinhua News Agency reported late on Sunday night. The introduction of a stock index circuit breaker system is being studied by China, where trading would be suspended for an unspecified … Continue reading

Chinese Authorities: Stock Market Bubble Has “Burst”, Economy To Face Tough Conditions Over Next Decade

China’s stock market bubble has “burst” and its economy is likely to face “tough conditions” over the next decade, Chinese authorities were reported to say during the Group of 20 nations (G20) meeting in the Turkish capital of Ankara over the weekend, the Nikkei Asian Review reports. Zhou Xiaochuan, the Governor of China’s Central Bank, the People’s Bank … Continue reading

Chinese Stocks Could Fall Another 20% Before Bottoming Out, Magnus And DeMark Say

Chinese stocks are set to see a further drop, despite a recent rout in equities, as government efforts to prop up its $5.1 trillion market have failed, according to world-renowned forecasters George Magnus and Tom DeMark. Magnus and DeMark both believe that the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index could fall around another 20 percent from their current level of 3,160 to around the 2,500 level. The Shanghai Composite … Continue reading

China Suspends IPOs Until Further Notice, Sets Up Market-Stabilization Fund Amid Stock Plunge

Chinese authorities are ramping up their efforts to stabilize its markets as initial public offerings (IPOs) will be suspended until further notice following nearly a 30 percent crash in stocks over the past three weeks that has wiped out $3.2 trillion of value, which is more than Brazil’s gross domestic product (GDP) and over 10 times the size of … Continue reading

China Brokers To Buy At Least $19.3 Billion In Shares To Calm Market

As the bear market in China deepens, falling nearly 30 percent, after reaching a 52-week high on June 12, which has wiped out nearly $3 trillion dollars, which is more than Brazil’s gross domestic product (GDP), China’s top 21 securities brokerages say that they will be setting up a market-stabilization fund that will invest at least 120 billion yuan … Continue reading

Guess What Happened The Last Time The Chinese Stock Market Crashed Like This?

The second largest stock market in the entire world is collapsing right in front of our eyes. By Michael Snyder Since hitting a peak in June, the most important Chinese stock market index has plummeted by well over 20 percent, and more than 3 trillion dollars of “paper wealth” has been wiped out.  Of course … Continue reading

China’s Bear Market Deepens As Stocks Fall 30% From June High, Losses Reach $3T, Or More Than Brazil’s GDP

As most investors are on edge with the situation in Greece, as a referendum vote which determines the fate of the nation’s future in the Eurozone looms this Sunday, on the other side of the world a market crash is deepening beyond a bear market, but it is hardly causing any impact to global markets. In China, stocks were surging over the past … Continue reading

Chinese Shares Fell Into A Bear Market On Monday: Find Out The Opinions Of Top Investment Houses

“As China enters a bear market, it’s become the No. 1 question on everyone’s mind: Is this just a dip, like when equities fell 17 percent in mid-2007 before skyrocketing to an all-time high, or the start of something a lot worse, like the selloff that would begin just three months later and wipe 72 … Continue reading

China’s National Pension Fund Likely To Be Allowed To Invest In Stock Market, Xinhua Says

China’s national pension fund will likely be allowed to start investing into the stock market, China’s state-run Xinhua News Agency reports on Monday. According to Xinhua, an official draft guideline was released on Monday which gives the fund the greenlight to start investing in the stock market, however there will be restrictions on the maximum … Continue reading

What’s Going On With China’s Stock Market?

Originally posted on Financial Post:
China’s stocks look to be falling back down to reality. After an epic rally that saw the Shanghai Composite index climb more than 40% this year and the tech-heavy Shenzhen Composite rise a world-leading 90%, a correction — or maybe worse — looks to be in the works. Last week…

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