Why the Chinese stock market is going down

The Shanghai Composite Index (SCI) has fallen 7.2% this year, the largest fall in the history of the benchmark index.

The S&P 500 (SPX) has lost 4.2%.

That’s a decline of more than 20% in just three months.

China has also been one of the most volatile stock markets in the world.

It has seen a surge in debt, with its government spending and economic reforms fueling inflation and rising debt.

The Shanghai stock market plunged in January 2016 after it hit an all-time high of 14,566.50 points.

A year later, it had fallen to 11,732.85 points, its lowest since July 2010.

The stock market crashed again in June of this year when the government banned all stock trading.

Investors reacted to that by buying shares to try to protect themselves from the pain, and some ended up losing money.

That has led to a big fall in share prices over the last year.

The fall in Chinese stocks is a reminder of the country’s economic challenges.

While the government has been trying to boost the economy, it has also tried to slow down market volatility by curbing government spending.

That means some companies are going bankrupt.

China is also grappling with a massive debt problem.

According to the World Bank, the country has over 2.2 trillion dollars in outstanding debt, nearly two-thirds of its GDP.

The Chinese government has made it harder for companies to borrow by imposing a 10% tax on all debt, which has forced many companies to reduce spending.

Some of the companies that have experienced the biggest drops in share price have been the tech giants, including Apple and Google.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) dropped by 2.5% after the government announced it was cutting taxes on income from the tech industry.

The Nasdaq Composite (XLY) fell by 4.6% after its market capitalization fell by 2%.

The Dow is the world’s largest and has been going up for a while.

It hit an intraday record high in November 2016, then slipped below 2,000 before rallying and hitting an intrade record high of 2,814.06 points on Wednesday.

The index is up almost 11% this week, and has gone up by more than 70% since January.

The rally in the Dow is also a reminder that the US economy is still fragile.

The unemployment rate is currently 5.7%, down from 6.6%, the highest since February.

But the recovery has stalled at around 5% growth.

That’s far from what economists expect from the economy.

“It is a little early to make the claim that the economic situation in China is actually improving,” said Jim Cramer, co-owner of the Cramer Report.

“We’re still talking about a lot of uncertainty around how things look and the extent of the deleveraging.

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So far we haven’t seen that kind of robust recovery in the U!

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We still have some long-term concerns, but so far we have not seen the kind of rebound in the Chinese recovery that we have seen in the United States.”

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“We are still in uncharted territory for China.

This has a huge impact on how we think about China.

For a lot people the big question is how do we have a future in this economy that’s so fragile and so fragile?” 

What are your thoughts? 

Do you think China is heading for another recession?