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President Donald Trump's tweet about "substantial progress" on trade talks helped send one Chinese index to its best one-day surge since July 2015.
Trump said that he could see letting the March 1 deadline for reaching a China trade deal "slide for a little while," if both sides were near a deal.
The CSI 300, China's benchmark share index, finished trading for the year on Friday, December 28, and at its close had lost 27% of its value.
Fears of a slowing economy, rising debts and the impact of US President Donald Trump's trade war have all played a role in pushing the Chinese market lower. But there's another factor at play.
Asian stock indexes lost as much as 1.9% in Monday's session, while European stocks nursed small falls in the first hours of trade.
China's government really wanted the country's stock market — the A-share market — to be included in a very special club.
So China has been playing with a bunch of ways to shrink those companies down and recycle their debt into something useful for the economy — eventually.
Another huge bank heist in China is a warning that we’re about to see its stock market get wild again
Over $120 million in bank notes went missing from the Bank of Tianjin, a Chinese bank that was just listed on Hong Kong's stock exchange a few days before.
Industrial unrest is anathema to China's Communist Party, but a large-scale industrial shift may spark more of it.
Investors are ready to get back in the water and swim when it comes to mainland equity markets in Shenzen and Shanghai.