Chinas stocks fall most in a week on foreign investment slump
A Chinese investor looks at prices of shares (red for price rising and green for price falling) at a stock brokerage house in Haikou, south Chinas Hainan province, 17 April 2012. Chinas stocks fell, dragging the benchmark index down by the most in a week, as data showing foreign direct investment sank for a fifth month underscored concern Europes debt crisis is hurting the economy. The Shanghai Composite Index slipped 22.04 points, or 0.9 percent, to 2,334.98.
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