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    Find out how China's intervention into its stock markets has caused unintended consequences ...
  4. China’s shares jump on Zhou’s Speech

    Chinese stock market rises after People Bank of China’s head reassures investors ...
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  6. China's Chief Securities Regulator Steps Down

    China's stock market turmoil took its first victim this morning. According to a WSJ ...
  1. Baidu at Cusp of New Uptrend (BIDU)

    Baidu has broken out above a 22-month trendline but needs stronger technical signals ...
  2. Where Will the Shanghai Composite Be in a Year?

    The Shanghai Composite Index is on fire. But where will it be a year from now?
  3. Is Now the Time for Chinese Stocks?

    The recent panic in Chinese stocks could be seen as a buying opportunity for longer-term ...
  4. How to Invest in the Shanghai Composite Index ...

    Want access to China's A-Share market? Here's how to do it.
  1. Why would a company decide to utilize H-shares over A-shares in its IPO?

    Understand the difference between H shares and A shares. Learn why a company would decide to utilize H-shares over A-shares ...
  2. Which day is known as China's "Black Tuesday" and why?

    On February 27, 2007, the Chinese stock market suffered a correction, causing choppy markets all over the world. The Shanghai ...
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