China’s Once-Wild Stock Market Has Rarely Been So Stable: ChartBy
China’s $6.2 trillion equity market was until recently best known for its violent price swings. Such wildness is past, with a gauge of volatility on the Shanghai Composite Index approaching the lowest level since 2000. A stock rebound is faltering as improving economic data damp speculation for more stimulus, while the memory of last year’s boom-bust deters investors from betting on sustained gains.
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