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China probes automated trading as stocks slip again

Markets regulator also seeks trading records from banks in Singapore, HK
Saturday, August 1, 2015 - 05:50

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INVESTOR HOPES: Amid the market turmoil, some foreign investors see an opportunity to buy, believing confidence will eventually return and private Chinese investors will come back to the market.

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CHINA'S securities watchdog is investigating the impact of automated trading on share markets, as the authorities step up a crackdown on what they regard as heavy speculative selling that could destabilise the world's second-largest economy.

China's main share markets,

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