China shares slide as Shanghai Auto plunges


SHANGHAI, Jan 27 (Reuters) - China's shares slid 1.3 percent on Thursday after a sell-off emerged among tech and manufacturing counters, as uncertainty over the market's outlook intensified ahead of the annual Lunar New Year break. The Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges will be shut from Feb. 7 to Feb. 15 for the Spring Festival holiday. The benchmark Shanghai composite index slid to 1,225.891 points at the close -- just shy of its lowest levels in nearly six years. That followed a 15 ...

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