Is the relentless fall in Chinese shares a leading indicator for the rest of the world or buying...


Is the relentless fall in Chinese shares a leading indicator for the rest of the world or buying opportunity? Already bearish, Doug Kass notes Shanghai rolling over in October 2007 preceeded the meltdown elsewhere. Foreign investors, however, see bargains, becoming net buyers of Chinese shares in consecutive weeks for the first time since February.

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