As speculative fever rages, China bursts bean bubble

Reuters: Germany has banned naked short-selling and the United States may block banks from proprietary trading. But China has taken rules aimed at ensuring market stability to new, tastier lengths. It has launched a strike-hard campaign against speculators driving up vegetable prices. Investors are no strangers to Chinese produce, as witnessed last year when garlic was the country's top-performing asset. While soaring garlic prices troubled those looking to spice up their meals, ......

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