China stocks regain footing after state-backed intervention

HONG KONG/TOKYO -- Chinese stocks are showing signs of bottoming out as the government steps in to bolster the market, but concerns over the economy's slowing growth persist among overseas investors.
The Shanghai Composite Index rose three straight days through Thursday, heading into the Lunar New Year break. The roughly 5% weekly gain was the highest in 15 months.

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