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Triple headwinds bear down on China stocks and yuan

Slow recovery, deflation risk and nervous investors make for tough economic management

Chinese stocks have lost steam amid growing economic uncertainty.   © Reuters

SHANGHAI -- A slowing economic recovery, deflation fears and risk-averse foreign investors are weighing on China's financial markets, driving down both stock prices and the value of the yuan.

China's economy bounced back after the government lifted its zero-COVID restrictions in December. But the recovery has lost steam.

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