The US stock market registered its worst performance in 18 months this week- driven at least in part by the volatility and recent slump in the Chinese stock market. The Chinese government has tried a host of measures to try to prop up its stock market and manage the devaluation of its currency. Despite the intervention, China’s economic growth is slowing. We’ll take a look at what that could mean for the global economy with Patrick Chovanec, chief strategist and managing director at Silvercrest Asset Management and an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.
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