With copper flashing red, investors have reason to worry, particularly as it heightens the prospect that China’s economy could fail to meet its growth target of 7.5 per cent, the lowest projection since 1990. For US equity investors sitting on gains from a five-year bull market, the prospect of Chinese financial 'flu' and weaker global growth may mean the prescription is an appraisal of their portfolios.
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