Viewpoint: It's the Chinese economy and not the Chinese market that should worry us

After a period of torrential growth, the relatively fledgling stock market in China has recently…

Georgia (Aug 7, 2015) — After a period of torrential growth, the relatively fledgling stock market in China has recently plummeted by over 30 percent from its peak in June 2015. The Shanghai Composite Index, which reached a peak of 5166 on June 12 slid to a low of 3622 by Aug. 3. 

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http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2015/08/06/viewpoint-its-the-chinese-economy-and-not-the.html

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