Shares of online video platforms including Bilibili and Kuaishou plunged after the Economic Daily on Thursday called for tougher regulation to stop the spread of “vulgar content”. Photo: Shutterstock Shares of online video platforms including Bilibili and Kuaishou plunged after the Economic Daily on Thursday called for tougher regulation to stop the spread of “vulgar content”. Photo: Shutterstock
Shares of online video platforms including Bilibili and Kuaishou plunged after the Economic Daily on Thursday called for tougher regulation to stop the spread of “vulgar content”. Photo: Shutterstock

China stock rout sees investors turn to state newspapers and old speeches for clues on Beijing’s next policy moves

  • Beijing last week effectively obliterated the after-school tutoring industry overnight and set off a US$1 trillion global sell-off of related stocks
  • Investors in China stocks need to remember to pay attention to what the government is thinking or risk getting burnt – badly

Topic |   China technology
Shares of online video platforms including Bilibili and Kuaishou plunged after the Economic Daily on Thursday called for tougher regulation to stop the spread of “vulgar content”. Photo: Shutterstock Shares of online video platforms including Bilibili and Kuaishou plunged after the Economic Daily on Thursday called for tougher regulation to stop the spread of “vulgar content”. Photo: Shutterstock
Shares of online video platforms including Bilibili and Kuaishou plunged after the Economic Daily on Thursday called for tougher regulation to stop the spread of “vulgar content”. Photo: Shutterstock
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