Artificial Demand

Nearly two weeks ago, with Chinese stocks tumbling, Beijing let loose its strongest effort yet to boost the market, including extracting a pledge from 21 brokers to buy shares as long as the Shanghai Composite Index was below 4500.

With its push, the government halted the plunge and engineered a modest rebound.

What happens when that artificial demand goes away? Or its effects peter out?


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