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China Stocks Recover After Slumping 3%

Shanghai stocks plunged 3.02 per cent at the open on Tuesday, extending a near 7 per cent rout a day earlier that triggered an unprecedented early close, on worries over the world's second-largest economy.
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China Stocks Recover After Slumping 3%

Shanghai stocks plunged 3.02 per cent at the open on Tuesday, extending a near 7 per cent rout a day earlier that triggered an unprecedented early close, on worries over the world's second-largest economy.

However, it later recovered and the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.36 per cent to 3,308.

Earlier in the day, the Shanghai Composite Index slid 99.61 points to 3,196.65.

Elsewhere, other Asian markets were trading mostly higher with Japan's Nikkei up nearly 0.30 per cent. 



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