To tell you everything at the editorial office Croblanc, we know all the interest that our community has on the Youtube channel of Bloomberg Television. With each new content, the interest is always bigger, whether it's on our website or even on social networks. That's why we're telling you about it today, because this new video might pique your interest.
When we first saw the China Weighs Rescue Package for Slumping Stock Market video on the Bloomberg Television channel, we knew our community would want to stream it as soon as possible. So we wrote this article to publish it as soon as possible.
We could find in the next hours this content in the trend tool of Youtube because of the start that it makes! Since the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television posted it, many people are talking about it on the networks. Let's wait for a few hours before we know how successful this video is.
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Well it's almost time to conclude this paper, you can watch the video China Weighs Rescue Package for Slumping Stock Market again if you want, it should be available for some time. We hope to see you soon on our site, in the meantime you can find other videos of Bloomberg Television by strolling on our site or even by going directly on the Youtube channel.
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video China Weighs Rescue Package for Slumping Stock Market published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Chinese authorities are reportedly considering a package of measures to stabilize the slumping stock market. Policymakers are seeking to mobilize about 2 trillion yuan ($278 billion), as part of a stabilization fund to buy shares onshore through the Hong Kong exchange link. Rebecca Choong Wilkins reports on Bloomberg Television.
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