Charting the Markets: China Casts a Shadow Over Equities
Global stocks fell for the first time in three days as a slump in Chinese equities spread nervousness across Asia and Europe. The Shanghai Composite Index sank 5.5 percent, its biggest drop in three months, as a slide in industrial profits adds to recent evidence the nation's economy is still deteriorating. Regulatory probes into some of China's largest brokerages also weighed on sentiment. U.S. financial markets return for a half-day of trading after yesterday's Thanksgiving holiday.
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