Stocks: Six Sell-Off Survivors
Investors have put aside the champagne and reached for the Alka-Seltzer in recent days. After a long period of worldwide equity strength, global stock markets, including those in the U.S., hit quite a rough patch starting Feb. 27. The sell-off began that day with the nearly 9% one-day stock market decline in Shanghai, stemming from the Chinese government's statement that it will crack down on stock market trading.
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