China aims to be a stabilizing force as global financial markets gyrate


A staff worker wearing a protective mask and protective suit checks a visitor’s body temperature with a temperature gun by a monitor showing the current stock information at the Shanghai Stock Exchange Building on March 20, 2020 in Shanghai, China. Health authorities of China said the country has passed the peak of the COVID-19 epidemic on March 12.

Yifan Ding

BEIJING — In face of the new coronavirus’ shock to global financial markets, China aims to be a stabilizing force — beginning with its own markets.

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