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Stocks fall most in two weeks on property concerns

By Zhang Shidong | China Daily | Updated: 2010-09-10 07:50

SHANGHAI - Mainland stocks fell the most in two weeks as rising property prices boosted concern the government will deepen measures to curb speculation and reports of a probe into rubber futures fuelled a sell off in commodity prices.

China Vanke Co and Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd paced declines for developers and banks as Jones Lang LaSalle Inc said Chinese government may further tighten anti-speculation measures.

Jiangxi Copper Co dropped the most in three weeks as metal prices slid after the Securities Times reported that regulators were investigating large positions in natural rubber futures.

Stocks fall most in two weeks on property concerns

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