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Sell-off taken in stride, but more bumps may lie ahead

HONG KONG -- The Shanghai Composite Index tumbled 5.4% to 2,856 Tuesday after climbing to its highest level in more than three and a half years the previous session.

     The sell-off came as no surprise to many, given the buildup of investors looking to take some money off the table after a heady winning streak.

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