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More Damage Expected For China Stock Market

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Wednesday, 16 May 2012

The China stock market has closed lower now in three straight sessions, retreating more than 35 points or 1.5 percent en route to a four-week closing low. The Shanghai Composite Index ended just above the 2,375-point plateau, and now traders are expecting another soft start for the market when it kicks off trade on Wednesday.
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