Jul 10

Chinese ‘Dead Cat Bounce’ Fades, “Hostile Sellers” Appear As Goldman Warns “Not Yet Fully Purged” (ZeroHedge, July 9, 2015):

*CHINA’S SHANGHAI COMPOSITE INDEX FALLS 0.6% TO 3,687.36 AT OPEN

Amid the highest level Typhoon warnings, China’s stock market continues to storm as only 49% of Chinese stocks are halted (down from 54%) as local analysts fear yesterday’s bounce (just like last week’s) was nothing but a dead cat bounce: “bounces like today prolong the timeframe to get that final bottom in place.” For the 14th day in a row margin balances declined with the pace accelerating (down 10.9% yesterday alone) for a total over 36% decline so far. Seemingly on pain of death, someone is selling Chinese stocks as CSI-300 futures opened a mere 0.2% higher then sold off – no follow through for now. Goldman warned to expect another 30% decline margin balance and concludes, China “hasn’t yet fully purged.”

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One Response to “Chinese ‘Dead Cat Bounce’ Fades, “Hostile Sellers” Appear As Goldman Warns “Not Yet Fully Purged””

  1. Marilyn Gjerdrum Says:

    I wonder how much Goldman made on the dead bounce?

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