After China Stock Tumble, What Next for Markets?
Last week was Wall Street's worst in four years. The global nosedive began in China after the Shanghai composite index fell almost 9 percent. Guests discuss what happened and what it means for regular investors.
Edmund Harriss, portfolio manager of the Guinness Atkinson Asia Focus Fund, specializes in Chinese stocks
Howard Wachtel, emeritus professor of economics at American University; author of Street of Dreams. Boulevard of Broken Hearts: Wall Street's First Century
Ilyce Glink, writes a nationally syndicated newspaper column on personal finance; author of 50 Simple Steps You Can Take To Improve Your Personal Finances
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