For the second time this week, losses on the Chinese stock market triggered the new circuit breaker system. And the Yuan has been devalued again. It's had a negative effect on world markets.
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Chinese shares swung wildly on the first day of trade after authorities lifted a "circuit breaker" mechanism, introduced to prevent sharp falls. The central bank has set the yuan higher, after eight days of weakening.
The Chinese stock exchange has been suspended for the second time this week. The move was in response to falling stock prices and saw Germany's DAX index drop below 10,000 points.
It took less than 30 minutes to shut down China's stock market for the second time in a week. Between panic and shock, investors asked themselves how to cut their losses. This time the authorities reacted.
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