• China's stocks are plunging again - falling 3% to near 4-year lows as trade jitters return

    27 days ago - By Business Insider

    Chinese stocks fall to their lowest level since November 2014 as market turmoil returns.
    At the close of play in China, the Shanghai Composite - the country's benchmark index - fell by more than 2.9%.
    The sell-off doesn't appear to have a single driver, with trade war fears, slowing growth, and the impact of forced selling all being blamed.
    You can see more of what happened in China on Thursday at Markets Insider.
    Chinese stocks plunged once again on Thursday as fears about the trade with the US brought turmoil back to the country's markets following a few brief days of respite.
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  • Asia stocks falter as dollar, U.S. yields rise to one-week high

    Asia stocks falter as dollar, U.S. yields rise to one-week high

    27 days ago - By Reuters

    China's benchmark stock index skidded to four-year lows on Thursday, dragging Asian equities lower, while the dollar hit a one-week high as minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting reinforced expectations that U.S. yields will rise further.
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  • Asia stocks falter as China knocked by renewed trade war fears

    27 days ago - By Reuters

    China's benchmark stock index skidded to four-year lows and dragged Asian equities down on Thursday, as renewed fears of a broadening economic impact from an escalating Sino-U.S. trade conflict sapped confidence.
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