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China Stock Turmoil 2015

Tumultuous panic selling in July 2015 wiped more than US$3 trillion off the value of mainland shares in just three weeks – the steepest sell-off in eight years which a raft of interventions from Beijing has so far failed to halt. Signs of a complete market seizure as hundreds of companies scramble to halt trading in their shares raised fears of spreading systemic regional financial risks.
 

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