1. Investors dump Chinese stocks, bonds amid global recession fears  Al Jazeera English
  2. Foreigners cut China debt, dump equities in July – IIF  Rappler
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  4. Foreigners turn sellers of Chinese shares in July on COVID worries  Reuters
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Trade group report points to sixth consecutive month of foreign outflows from China’s $20 trillion bond market.Trade group report points to sixth consecutive month of foreign outflows from China’s $20 trillion bond market.

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Overseas investors turned net sellers of Chinese stocks in July, as mainland stock prices tumbled on concerns that COVID-19 flare-ups and ensuing lockdowns would further disrupt economic activity.Refinitiv data showed foreigners sold a net 21.07 billion yuan ($3.12 billion) worth of mainland shares in JulOverseas investors turned net sellers of Chinese stocks in July, as mainland stock prices tumbled on concerns that COVID-19 flare-ups and ensuing lockdowns would further disrupt economic activity.Refinitiv data showed foreigners sold a net 21.07 billion yuan ($3.12 billion) worth of mainland shares in Jul

Foreigners turn sellers of Chinese shares in July on COVID worries - CNA

Foreign investors continued to cut holdings in Chinese bonds in July and dumped equities for the first time in four months, according to a report by the Institute of International Finance (IIF).Foreign investors continued to cut holdings in Chinese bonds in July and dumped equities for the first time in four months, according to a report by the Institute of International Finance (IIF).

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