[fusion_text]“The only thing that is constant is change.” — Heraclitus

On Friday June 12, the balloon popped, marking the beginning of the Chinese stock market crash. Within one month, a third of the value of Class A shares on the Shanghai Stock Exchange had been wiped off. Values of Chinese stock markets continued to drop despite efforts by the government to reduce the fall. After three stable weeks, the Shanghai index fell again on July 27 by 8,5%, marking the largest fall since 2007…[/fusion_text][button link=”http://www.thestandard.co.zw/2015/08/30/rely-on-facts-not-assumptions/” color=”default” size=”” type=”” shape=”” target=”_blank” title=”” gradient_colors=”|” gradient_hover_colors=”|” accent_color=”” accent_hover_color=”” bevel_color=”” border_width=”1px” shadow=”” icon=”” icon_position=”left” icon_divider=”no” modal=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”left” animation_speed=”1″ alignment=”” class=”” id=””]Click Here To See Full Text[/button]


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