Investors check prices at a brokerage house in Fuyang in central China's Anhui province on June 16, 2015. China's benchmark index fell that day by 7.4 per cent – the biggest single-day loss in seven years. Photo: EPA
Daniel Ren
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Across The Border by Daniel Ren

Intervention surely looms as mainland’s benchmark stock index risks slipping below 3,000

A slumping stock market carries the risk of triggering more than just financial losses... the knock-on can be socially damaging too, if it involves life savings slated for children’s education, health care or future pension provision

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Investors check prices at a brokerage house in Fuyang in central China's Anhui province on June 16, 2015. China's benchmark index fell that day by 7.4 per cent – the biggest single-day loss in seven years. Photo: EPA
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