You are here

China blames short sellers, foreigners for stock-market rout

Analysts say China's longest-ever bull market pushed valuations to unsustainable levels

BT_20150707_DNCHINA7_1760038.jpg
The stock-market rout in China erased US$3.2 trillion of value in three weeks - or almost US$1 million for each minute of trading - on mainland exchanges.

Shanghai 

RUMOUR-SPREADING short sellers and foreign investors with a hidden agenda. If you believe China's state-run media, those are some of the key culprits for a stock-market rout that erased US$3.2 trillion of value in three weeks - or almost US$1 million for each minute of trading

sentifi.com

Market voices on:

Powered by GET.comGetCom