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10 things about the fall of China
#1 The crash comes after one of the biggest surge in June 2015 which created value worth almost $6.5 trillion!
Relentless surge till June drove valuations to unsustainable levels! #2
#3 The rally was triggered by easy money as the country's Central Bank cut interest rates thrice since November 2014.
To take advantage of the spectacular rally, many investors like students, barbers etc. took to margin trading #4 As markets started falling, margin calls were triggered (happens when shares bought with borrowed money fall below a certain level)
#5 The market mayhem has forced many Chinese Companies to ask for their shares to be suspended from trading.
#6 The Chinese government suspended the issuance of new share issues & asked brokerages to buy at least 120 billion Yuan ($19 billion) of stocks!
#7 Slump in Chinese markets has also impacted the commodity markets, with prices of copper, coal, natural gas and iron ore falling to 2015 lows.
#8 Many economists expect growth to dip below 7%, which would be the weakest performance since the global financial crisis.
#9 The positive side of a Chinese slowdown is that commodity prices would continue to remain subdued.
#10 The negative side is India can get affected since China accounts for 9% of our total trade. Automobile exporters and manufacturers may feel the pinch as China was its fastest growing market.
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