China stocks volatile, end mixed after previous day's tumble The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen rose 0.1 percent, to 4,840.83, while the Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.2 percent, to 4,611.74 points. The sell-off on Thursday, which saw turnover in Shanghai set a record at 1.2 trillion yuan, was set off by multiple factors, including margin finance tightening moves by brokerages, a...
Chinese market volatility worrying: Strategist Edmund Shing, global equity portfolio manager and U.S. equity strategist at BCS Financial Group, says China is still a great place to invest in the long-run, but recent volatility is worrying.
China's see-saw ride? Don't sweat it China shares plunged, briefly touching correction territory in volatile trade, but analysts aren't paying it much attention.
| By: Leslie Shaffer
Chinese stocks up at midday, shaking off morning slump SHANGHAI, May 29- Chinese stocks ended the morning session up slightly on Friday, but the market saw high volatility after a sharp sell-off on Thursday that some analysts saw as the beginning of a correction. The sell-off on Thursday, which saw turnover in Shanghai set a new record at 1.2 trillion yuan, was set off by a number of factors, including margin finance...
| By: Pete Sweeney and Samuel Shen
China shares swing wildly on fears big correction looms after Thursday plunge *Chinese main indexes dropped more than 6 pct Thurs. SHANGHAI, May 29- China stocks bounced in and out of positive territory Friday morning in highly volatile trade after a Thursday rout saw main indexes lose over 6 percent in record turnover. The 4 percent SSEC fall, combined with the Thursday slide after a peak hit Wednesday, put the Shanghai market down over 11...
| By: Pete Sweeney
Why US could rally during Shanghai shakeout The plunge in Chinese stocks is likely to be temporary, and unlikely to spill into world markets unless it becomes prolonged and triggers recession in the second-biggest economy.
| By: Patti Domm