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Shanghai declines 1%, the 7th consecutive loss, and erasing the Index's gains for 2012. Along...

Shanghai declines 1%, the 7th consecutive loss, and erasing the Index's gains for 2012. Along with the decline seems to be a lack of interest. Volume at the Shanghai exchange today was just 41% of the 2012 average, and investors opened the fewest trading accounts over the past 30 days on record, according to Bloomberg (data goes back to 2007).
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  • Pinocchio1
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    Stock markets are sliding globally because of the corruption, "synthetic instruments", free 100-1 leveraging for commodity and forex manipulators
    and turning this investment-job-creation tool into a gambling-joint of insiders.
    Time for governments to step in, out-law - options, shorts, derivatives all this garbage invented by the crooks
    and allow normal people to secure their pensions in a real investment environment.
    or... face the revolution
    28 Jun 2012, 07:02 AM Reply Like
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