A investor monitors stock prices at a securities company in Hangzhou on October 18, 2018, which was a day of losses, which in China are signalled in green. In Photo: Agence France-Presse A investor monitors stock prices at a securities company in Hangzhou on October 18, 2018, which was a day of losses, which in China are signalled in green. In Photo: Agence France-Presse
A investor monitors stock prices at a securities company in Hangzhou on October 18, 2018, which was a day of losses, which in China are signalled in green. In Photo: Agence France-Presse

China’s high-flying stock index falls more than 4 per cent in its biggest drop in five months

  • Brokerages issue sell ratings on two Chinese stocks, triggering fears broader China markets are overpriced
  • Concerns about global growth mount, hurting sentiment in China and Hong Kong

Topic |   China stock market
A investor monitors stock prices at a securities company in Hangzhou on October 18, 2018, which was a day of losses, which in China are signalled in green. In Photo: Agence France-Presse A investor monitors stock prices at a securities company in Hangzhou on October 18, 2018, which was a day of losses, which in China are signalled in green. In Photo: Agence France-Presse
A investor monitors stock prices at a securities company in Hangzhou on October 18, 2018, which was a day of losses, which in China are signalled in green. In Photo: Agence France-Presse
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