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Party's over

3 November 2017 By Pete Sweeney

Following Beijing’s twice-a-decade conclave, a so-called “congress put” that had kept trading calm in the run-up is wearing off. Investors are getting anxious again as a shadow-banking crackdown roils bond and money markets. Equities look first in line for policy reassurance.

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