Aug 25, 2015

Asian shares resume slide on fears over Chinese economy | Reuters

Asian stocks looked vulnerable to another sell-off on Tuesday, with investors gripped by fears of a hard landing for the Chinese economy, the world's most important growth engine.Japan's Nikkei

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