WSJ, United & NYSE Woes Are Nada Compared To China's Crisis
Three major outages happened in one day in the U.S. But on the other side of the globe, China is dealing with a real stock market issue.By Leah Becerra | July 9, 2015
Three major outages take place in one day in the U.S., and many Americans are doing one of two things: Coming up with conspiracy theories or joking about just restarting the system.
But on the other side of the globe, China is dealing with a real stock market issue. Not only is the issue much more severe, it's also not just a one-day thing.
Wednesday, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 5.9 percent and the Shenzhen Composite Index tumbled 2.5 percent. And companies are being forced to shield their stocks from further collapse by suspending trading.