China Orders No Market Selloffs During President’s Davos Trip

You’ve been warned.

(From Zerohedge)

As we observed in yesterday morning’s market wrap, while US traders took the day off for the MLK holiday, China was busy defending an accelerating selloff across its stock markets.

During Monday trading, having traded quietly lower for the past few days, Chinese stocks tumbled in early trading on the mainland and in Hong Kong’s offshore market amid weakness in Asian equities. The Shanghai Composite Index dropped as much as 2.2% to head for its fifth loss in as many days, its longest losing streak since Aug. 2015.However a sudden bout of late afternoon buying sent the loss down to just -0.3%, on speculation China’s national team was once again back in the markets.

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