Sinking Chinese stocks have limited exposure

New York • Chinese officials are scrambling to stop a plunge in the country’s stock market, shutting down half of its market from skittish investors and forcing brokerages to pony up billions to prop up shares. The Shanghai composite lost another 5.9 percent Wednesday and is now down more than 30 percent since peaking June 12. The impact on Chinese investors is direct, but for investors in the U.S., Europe and elsewhere, it’s not as simple. China’s market is largely isolated from other world exc...

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