China Stocks Slump to Two-Week Low on Regulatory Curb ConcernsBy
Shanghai authorities looking to cool home prices, people say
Benchmark equity index falls toward 200-day moving average
Chinese stocks fell to their lowest level in nearly two weeks, led by property shares, on concern the government will act to cool speculative activity in the nation’s financial markets.
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