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Shanghai has its biggest fall in awhile, sliding 1.8% with higher than expected inflation as...

Shanghai has its biggest fall in awhile, sliding 1.8% with higher than expected inflation as good an excuse as any for selling a market that's gone up nearly 20% in a straight line since early December. Leading the decline were property developers, off 3.8%. FXI -1% premarket.
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    abe is a nationalist and is making nationalist noises.

     

    shanghai is dependant on the two giants.
    11 Jan 2013, 08:50 AM Reply Like
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