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What Falling Chinese Stocks Mean For Chinese Investors04:58
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Investors check share prices in a stock firm in Fuyang, east China's Anhui province on June 29, 2015. Chinese shares plunged in morning trading on June 29, extending losses from the past two weeks despite a surprise interest rate cut at the weekend. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Investors check share prices in a stock firm in Fuyang, east China's Anhui province on June 29, 2015. Chinese shares plunged in morning trading on June 29, extending losses from the past two weeks despite a surprise interest rate cut at the weekend. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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The Chinese stock market has continued to stumble, despite efforts by the country’s government to stabilize it. NPR correspondent Anthony Kuhn joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson from Beijing to explain the scale of the downturn and how Chinese citizens are reacting.

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This segment aired on July 8, 2015.

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