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Investors cautious ahead of vital policy meeting.
Shanghai's key share index tumbled yesterday.falling for three days in a row.as investors turned cautious ahead of a key policy meeting starting today.
The Shanghai Composite Index lost 1.09 percent to end the week at 2,106.13 points.For the week.the barometer shed 2 percent.
Investors decided to err on the side of caution as the Third Plenum of the Communist Party of China Central Committee.which starts today.may unveil the pace and direction of China's economic reforms.
There are fears that any reform proposal arising from the plenum may fall short of market expectations.Xiao Shijun.analyst with Guodu Securities.said in a monthly report.
Investors also discounted the rebound in China's trade in October.with exports up 5.6 percent year on year after falling 0.3 percent in September and imports rising 7.6 percent.faster than a gain of 7.4 percent a month earlier.data from the General Administration of Customs showed yesterday.
Although the rebound in exports was stronger than expected.Zhang Zhiwei.chief China economist at Nomura Holdings Inc.said the Japanese investment bank projected that economic growth will slow in the fourth quarter due to policy tightening.
Most property developers fell after Shanghai yesterday raised the minimum down payment for second-home buyers to 70 percent from 60 percent to rein in rising home prices.
Poly Real Estate.China's second-largest listed developer.fell 1.1 percent to end at 9.14 yuan (US$1.50).Gemdale Corp shed 0.7 percent to 5.98 yuan.