China’s stock market has gone into meltdown over the past few weeks, with its value dropping by around a third after months of stellar gains. Until recently, the collapse in stock prices was seen as a normal correction in an overheated bull market, but experts are now talking of looming disaster in the world’s most populous country.
However, after a drop of 8% on 8 July – which analysts have dubbed ‘Black Wednesday’ – Chinese authorities have taken drastic steps to shore up the market. The...
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