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Chinese Stocks Plummet: Shanghai Tumbles Most In 17 Months As Bond Rout Spreads

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 23, 2017

The euphoria from the year-end melt up in Europe and the US failed to inspire Chinese traders, and overnight China markets suffered sharp losses, with the Shanghai Composite plunging 2.3%, its biggest one day drop since June 2016, over growing fears that the local bond rout is getting out of control. Both the tech-heavy Chinext and the blue chip CSI 300 Index dropped over 3%, as the sharp selloff accelerated in the last hour, as Beijing’s “national team” plunge protection buyers failing to make an appearance. There were sixteen decliners for every one advancing share.

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In addition to tech, consumer non-cyclical and health-care sectors, the hardest hit names were banks such as ICBC, Ping An Insurance and Kweichow Moutai. Over in Hong Kong, the Hang Seng Index slid 1 percent from a decade-high, one day after closing above 30,000.

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