Surprising Reasons Why China's Stock Market Is Not In A Bubble
An epic freefall in China’s stock market the past month has sickened investors with fear and anger. The bursting of China’s alleged stock bubble is being blamed for at least two people committing suicide -- one in Shanghai and another in Shenzhen. China’s government has enacted emergency measures to stem the bleeding. The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) suspended new initial public offerings while brokerages and fund managers pledged to buy stocks.
Stocks close in the red on concerns Fed will pare back stimulus
Stocks closed out a volatile week on Wall Street broadly in the red Friday, as investors digested a batch of mixed economic reports amid lingering concerns over whether central banks will pare back their stimulus programs.
Financial markets suffering a crisis of confidence
With investors dumping assets ranging from bonds, currencies to equities, there appears to be a lack of hope among investors that central bank policies can generate real economic recovery, said strategists.