Three trading days into the New Year, financial markets around the world remain uncertain. And a lot of that nervousness begins with China. Part of it relates to the economy, but it’s also uncertainty about what the government will do when it comes to the stock market. HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.
Transparency has never been a particular strength of China’s stock market. Investors at home and abroad know the government plays a role in the market, but the extent is a moving target and not always clear. This week is a good example.