A Chinese investor cannot look, as an electronic board in Beijing shows stock prices plummeting. Photo: EPA-EFE A Chinese investor cannot look, as an electronic board in Beijing shows stock prices plummeting. Photo: EPA-EFE
A Chinese investor cannot look, as an electronic board in Beijing shows stock prices plummeting. Photo: EPA-EFE

China’s state media moves to reassure rattled investors after rout wiped US$574 billion off stock market

  • State-run newspapers such as the Securities Times and the Securities Daily ran articles talking up China’s battered onshore and offshore stocks
  • Fears have been mounting among investors that Beijing will target more industries after its crackdown on the technology and after-school tutoring sectors

Topic |   China stock market
A Chinese investor cannot look, as an electronic board in Beijing shows stock prices plummeting. Photo: EPA-EFE A Chinese investor cannot look, as an electronic board in Beijing shows stock prices plummeting. Photo: EPA-EFE
A Chinese investor cannot look, as an electronic board in Beijing shows stock prices plummeting. Photo: EPA-EFE
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