An investor taking a break in front of a screens showing stock market movements at a securities firm in Hangzhou. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market denotes positive gains in red, and declines and losses in green.Photo: AFP
An investor taking a break in front of a screens showing stock market movements at a securities firm in Hangzhou. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market denotes positive gains in red, and declines and losses in green.Photo: AFP
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The world’s worst stocks are in China, with no end to misery seen

An investor taking a break in front of a screens showing stock market movements at a securities firm in Hangzhou. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market denotes positive gains in red, and declines and losses in green.Photo: AFP
An investor taking a break in front of a screens showing stock market movements at a securities firm in Hangzhou. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market denotes positive gains in red, and declines and losses in green.Photo: AFP
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