China’s largest stock market has been in freefall for more than a year, and analysts are now calling for its collapse.

The benchmark Shanghai Composite index has dropped almost 20% in the past 12 months, from around 7,400 points in January to less than 5,500 in August.

That’s more than double the gains seen in 2017.

The S&P 500 index, which tracks the S&P 500 and other stocks, has also been falling for months.

Investors have been waiting for the Chinese stock market to start moving in the right direction.

“The bubble is about to burst.

I think it will explode,” said Robert Pidgeon, senior investment strategist at Morgan Stanley.

“It’s really just a matter of when.”

The market is trading at near-record levels, trading at roughly 13 times the level in the fourth quarter of last year.

While China is the world’s largest economy, it’s also the biggest bubble, and its collapse could have dire consequences for the world economy.

In 2016, China’s central bank cut interest rates from 6% to 3.5%.

The move has allowed the stock market, which has been a major driver of China’s economic expansion, to rise again, but many analysts say the government is not giving enough warning to investors about the risk of a collapse.

There are several reasons for the market’s decline, but the biggest one is that the Chinese economy is slowing.

Chinese stocks have been on a tear, up nearly 60% in 2017, with many companies, including China Mobile and Huawei, now operating overseas.

The Chinese government has tried to keep the stock prices up by lowering interest rates.

The central bank has also stepped up its stimulus program, which helped to push up the economy and make China one of the world of the fastest-growing economies.

But some analysts are calling for a more robust economic response from the Chinese government.

“I think the stock markets are in a state of panic right now, and I think the Chinese leadership is afraid of having to respond to this bubble and to the risk that comes with it,” said Pidgeson.

“They have to step in, and they have to do more to make sure that the bubble doesn’t burst.”

China’s biggest stock market is in free fall For now, the Sino-U.S. trade war is not happening.

The United States is trying to contain China’s growing trade surplus with China, but that’s a challenge that China is facing.

The trade deficit has increased to $6.7 trillion last year, from $4.6 trillion in 2016.

China is a major source of that trade surplus.

The U.S., meanwhile, has been pushing for China to take stronger action to curb its massive trade deficit.

Beijing has been negotiating a massive trade deal with the U.N. that is expected to be completed by the end of this year, but some of that could take months.

While the U and U.K. have been pressing for a trade deal, the European Union has been working to block it.

China, by contrast, has consistently been a key buyer of the U-turn.

The China-U-K-China trade deal could come up for negotiation later this year.

And the Chinese will continue to play an outsized role in the global economy, with an estimated 40% of global GDP going to China, according to the UBS Global Institute.

The bubble has led to speculation about a potential financial crisis in China.

While that’s unlikely, it is possible that the country could experience a “Great Moderation” or another major financial crisis.