Chinese regulators blame computer for...

Chinese regulators blame computer for stock frenzy

There are 1 comment on the The Modesto Bee story from Aug 18, 2013, titled Chinese regulators blame computer for stock frenzy. In it, The Modesto Bee reports that:

The avalanche of orders Friday from Everbright Securities Ltd. caused China's main market index to surge nearly 6 percent in 3 minutes before it dropped back.

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Since: Mar 13

Seaford, DE

#1 Aug 18, 2013
How does the People's Republic of China get such a high ranking official in the World Trade Organization when they fail to clean up their Defaulted Debt. That was a condition of them becoming a member but the governing bodies are relucted to police the Chinese Government. They owe American Citizens billions of dollars. The international community are allowing China to dictate their own rules. This will cause the World Economy to suffer because more countries are going to follow the template of the People Republic of China to cheat and not follow international law that a successor regime or government must pay the debt of a previous regime or government. Contact me at

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