Since no one is preventing Wall Street from hastening to react to Elon Musk’s contradictory tweets, we do not see why the Chinese Stock Exchange would not like to be scared with media articles supposed to represent the line official of its red princes.

The one incriminating the “mental opium” of video games hit the mark before being removed from the website of “The Economic Information Daily”. The astonishing effect of this big semantic Bertha – in the land of the opium war but also of the fight against the opium of the people – thus lost almost half of its power at the end of the session.

Experts in the sector, like those at Citi, have been able to put the threat of screwing into perspective. The desire to regulate by force the risk of addiction among young “gamers” is nothing new. The Tencent share (-6%) had already won on this theme in mid – 500. And she had waited for 2018 to regain the lost ground. She then left with a vengeance, but the diplomacy of her boss Pony Ma ceased to seem a better antidote than the stiffness of Jack Ma, that of Alibaba who bit the dust in the face of the financial gendarmes.

Lagging Giants The Chinese puzzle of stock market investors has only intensified over the past three years. How do you go about investing in the country that is driving global growth but whose two iconic big giants have posted a performance seven times lower than that of the S&P index 500? Stockpickers have no interest in falling asleep in their intoxicating opiate vapors.

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