The GameStop saga shows that ‘if a short-seller dares to rashly announce bearish bets against a listed company, it will be in trouble’, says a blogger on China’s Reddit-like investor community. Photo: TNS The GameStop saga shows that ‘if a short-seller dares to rashly announce bearish bets against a listed company, it will be in trouble’, says a blogger on China’s Reddit-like investor community. Photo: TNS
The GameStop saga shows that ‘if a short-seller dares to rashly announce bearish bets against a listed company, it will be in trouble’, says a blogger on China’s Reddit-like investor community. Photo: TNS
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Mass buying that sent shares in GameStop more than 2,000 per cent higher could never happen in China. Here’s why

  • Short-selling and option trading, the key drivers of GameStop’s stratospheric rise, are restricted in China
  • Chances of Chinese equivalent emerging also dimmed by recent capital market reforms

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The GameStop saga shows that ‘if a short-seller dares to rashly announce bearish bets against a listed company, it will be in trouble’, says a blogger on China’s Reddit-like investor community. Photo: TNS The GameStop saga shows that ‘if a short-seller dares to rashly announce bearish bets against a listed company, it will be in trouble’, says a blogger on China’s Reddit-like investor community. Photo: TNS
The GameStop saga shows that ‘if a short-seller dares to rashly announce bearish bets against a listed company, it will be in trouble’, says a blogger on China’s Reddit-like investor community. Photo: TNS
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