An invester saddens as she checks for stocks information in a securities exchange house in Qingdao, north Chinas Shandong province, 18 September 2012. Chinese stocks closed lower on Tuesday (18 September 2012) as weak confidence over the economic outlook continued to weigh on the market. Sentiment on Chinas equity markets remained low as the countrys current pro-growth policies had not yet had a substantial effect on the slowing economy. Data released earlier this month suggested that Chinas industrial production and investment continued to falter in August. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dipped 0.91 percent, or 18.96 points, to finish at 2,059.54. The Shenzhen Component Index closed at 8,390.15, down 1.1 percent, or 93.54 points.
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