Chinese Stocks Sink 8% in Worst Rout Since 2015 Bubble Burst
Mainland markets reopened for first session since Jan. 23
Beijing vows to ensure financial stability, adequate liquidity
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China’s market open was everything investors feared and more. A gauge of the nation’s stocks plunged almost 8%, commodity futures from iron ore to crude sank by the daily limit, and the yuan weakened past a key level against the dollar.