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A new report still predicts Sept. where the S&P 500 closed down 24% on Thursday Fridays China rebound though wont erase fears about the puzzling way in which Beijing authorities have handled the nations stock market nor remove the danger signs flashing around the Chinese economy On Thursday evening China abruptly announced it was abandoning a so-called circuit breaker that would suspend trading for the day if stocks dropped by more than 7% The mechanism had only operated for four days but had been triggered twice during its brief lifetime On Thursday the Shanghai exchange operated for less than half an hour before mass sell-offs prompted the bourse to shutter for the rest of the day Announcing the mechanisms suspension on Thursday evening the China Securities Regulatory Commission said on its website that "On balance the current negative impact outweighs positive effects" It was a dry description for a stunning policy u-turn Indeed anticipation of the circuit-breaker kicking into action likely catalyzed panic-selling rather than introducing stability in the roiled market The latest stock woes follow a summer in which China attempted to stem a more than 40% nosedive through ham-fisted measures that involved everything from pouring hundreds of billions of state dollars into propping up shares to locking up journalists who dared to investigate Chinas economic health Beijings maneuvering only spooked investors more Because of rules that stopped trading if a stock careened more than 10% roughly half of Chinese listed companies found themselves sitting on the sidelines at some point over the summer Throughout the ordeal Chinese official media exhorted citizens to continue pouring money into what was still according to some analysts an overheated market Patriotism was to be expressed in share terms Autumn brought some respiteand a measure of prestige for the nations economic planners Late last year after much lobbying by Beijing the International Monetary Fund added the yuan to its basket of select global reserve currencies along with the likes of the US dollar and Japanese yen Since then the yuan which already suffered a surprise devaluation last summer has continued to slide The currency swoon makes Chinese exports cheaper at a time of lowered demand for Chinese-made goods By Thursday the yuan had dipped to its lowest level against the dollar in five years In fact the yuans decline would have been even more precipitous had the Chinese central bank not intervened by propping up its value through its hoard of foreign-currency reserves the worlds largest In 2015 Beijing lost nearly $513 billion in foreign-exchange reserves with a record $1079 billion shed in December alone Overall Chinese economic indicators have remained weak Growth is down while debt balloons as unprofitable state-owned firms continue receiving cash infusions from the government Manufacturing remains sluggish Meanwhile spooked Chinese are moving more and more money out of their homeland Amid the disappointing numberskey official data will be released soonmore alarm bells as China intensifies an anti-graft crackdown: A clutch of high-profile Chinese businessmen and investors have disappeared in recent months occasionally prompting suspension in trading of their company shares Some like Guo Guangchangthe head of conglomerate Fosun which owns global resort chain Club Medeventually reappeared explaining that they were merely cooperating with authorities in unnamed investigations Others like executives at CITIC Securities Chinas government-linked brokerage have been formally investigated for insider trading The latest to disappear is Zhou Chengjian the tailor-turned-billionaire chairman of popular domestic clothing brand Metersbonwe Whatever happens vanishing executives aren’t great for business sentiment in China Meanwhile Chinese punters are looking for respite Liu Yue 26 majored in finance at the University of Liverpool "Sometimes I feel the more economic knowledge I gain" he says "the less I earn from the Chinese stock market" Liu avoided last years share rout but this week has cost him more than $90000 including his principal Still he isnt pulling out yet "I wish our government would intervene less and deregulate more" he says "and respect the market rules" But can Chinese regulators stop meddling The year is early but signs are not promising with reporting by Yang Siqi/Beijing Contact us at [email protected] Gibbons takes his work very seriously A little too seriously some might say The filmmaker and former MIT professor was charged with robbery on Friday after allegedly making off with $1002 from a Chinatown branch of Capital One in New York City the New York Post reports While awaiting arraignment he reportedly told his fellow inmate that the thievery was in the name of “art” “He was doing research for a film” Gibbons’s cellmate Kaylan Sherrard said according to the Post “It’s not a crime; it’s artwork” Gibbons recorded the robbery on a pink-and-silver video camera according to the Boston Herald A friend of the filmmaker’s told the New York Daily Newsthat Gibbons was likely planning to use the footage in his next movie Gibbons 61 told the Post that it took him some time to work up the courage to actually carry out the heist which took place on New Year’s Eve “I stood outside the bank talking into the camera for quite a while … going over the different reasons to do it and not to do it” he said in an interview at the Manhattan Detention Complex on Sunday “That’s probably why the [camera] battery started going dead during the actual robbery” So what was it that actually made him go through with it “What got me over the final hurdle was the desperation of not having any money and not having a place to stay not having anything to eat” he said Gibbons is also wanted in Rhode Island in connection with a bank robbery in November That Gibbons says was his first holdup But when it didn’t make headlines he planned a second heist After the robbery on New Year’s Eve the former teacher called his friends to brag about his success Ultimately one of them tipped off the cops “It was one of my former students who turned me in” he said “He was worried about me” Gibbons is due in court on April 14 This article originally appeared on Peoplecom Contact us at [email protected] but Trump broke with that to global outrage.No one would argue that the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were inexpensive have moved from the battlefield,ac. 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