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European Investors’ worrying on China rose 38% in 2015, from a year ago
A survey by Credit Suisse show that European investors are clearly more worried on China than anything else for the matter.
Similar survey by Barclays, published earlier this month showed fund managers are most worried on China as many are expecting recession next year.
Slowdown in China has already started hitting the emerging economies hard leading to massive slide in some currencies and commodity market, which is likely to lead to lot many bankruptcies.
Commodity giant Glencore's share price has touched new all-time low, sliding as much as 25% today alone. Credit default swap spread has risen to new all-time high of 708 basis points, according to data provider Markit.
According to the survey (expectations over next six months),
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