China Syndrome

Friday, April 06, 2007 | 03:00 PM

Mike Panzner writes: 

"If you overlay a graph of the Chinese stock market -- in this case, the Shenzhen  Composite Index -- on a graph of the Nasdaq Composite Index around the time the  dot-com bubble burst, it paints a rather ominous picture."

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via Mike Panzner

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Let's see....what could cause the Chinese stock market to get a little quesy??? Oh I know....tariffs on their goods to the US and strong yuan and tiring US consumer--Hey, but the employment numbers are good, are they not?

Posted by: Leisa | Apr 6, 2007 3:29:35 PM

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