The China Meltdown: Reading the Charts
For Mark Arbeter, an expert reader of movements in stock and index price charts, sentiment, and other nuts-and-bolts technical indicators, a day of reckoning came on Feb. 27 when China's stock market skidded 9%. "I've been waiting months for this," said Standard & Poor's chief technical strategist as he peered over his computer screens in his downtown New York office.
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