Jason's BigDeaL Trade Alert #36 China's Shanghai Composite Index opened the week with successive losses of 2.7% and 3.5%, after the country's factory production and fixed-asset investments were weaker than expected for August. But instead of spilling over into Europe and the U.S., the Eastern weakness buoyed Western stock markets, as the Shanghai selloff bolstered the case for the Fed to leave interest rates at 0% when they conclude their two-day quarterly policy meeting tomorrow. ...

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