Monthly Archives: January 2016

The bugs of A share’s circuit breaks

It’s the second market halt in China A Share within a week, and finally CSRC decides to “suspend” the circuit breakers mechanism.  The Commission still claims “it will conscientiously sum up experiences and lessons and solicit opinions from all sides, and constantly improve the mechanism.”  However, in China’s official language, it means the mechanism is… Read More »

China A share crashes and here’s why

Well, I don’t expect my first post to be a story about a big sell-off in the China A share market.  But anyway, the reality is brutal.  All the major A share markets closed early today as the blue chip index, CSI 300 Index, fell more than 7% and triggered the stock market circuit breaker… Read More »