U.S. Not Likely Affected by Chinese Stock Collapse

American investors have few direct links to the flagging Chinese stock market, but the indirect fallout from the plunge of the Asian giant’s benchmark index could be protracted and painful for parts of the U.S. economy, experts said. The average retail investor in the U.S. tends to have what’s known as a home bias, disproportionately investing in domestic names they know. Their exposure to China comes through emerging markets funds,...

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