The Chinese Market Got Crushed Again Last Night

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US are up a little bit, but there’s a pretty solid amount of negativity out there, following the US’ late-day selloff yesterday.Asia was down across the board, with China in particular getting clobbered, losing 2.65%.

In Europe, markets started off lower, but are now mostly rallying.

Meanwhile, Italian yields are ticking higher again, as the 10-year now yields 5.12%. Definitely a trend to keep an eye on.

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