Jul 29, 2015

The world in brief, July 28th 2015 | Espresso

Chinese share prices gyrated giddily today. They fell further this morning, continuing yesterday’s rout. But after regulators promised further action to support the market, prices climbed: the CSI 300 large-company index, having been 5% lower at one point, ended only 0.2% down. Markets elsewhere in Asia also mostly fell in sympathy before making similar recoveries. , The price of oil continued to...

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