Dear Butcher

Wu Qing didn't have much time to celebrate last week. Spring Festival or not, "The Broker Butcher" had work to do. Chinese equities are at risk of a fourth consecutive annual loss and as of this month, Wu's in charge of turning things around. Notwithstanding the Rob Zombie visuals conjured by his frightful nickname -- earned during a sweeping crackdown that claimed the lives of nearly three-dozen Chinese brokerage houses -- Wu's an unassuming, obsessively diligent technocrat. He's the guy stil

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  1. A iron fist in a velvet glove?

    Does it matter if Wu’s “listening” is in earnest or just theatre? China’s stock market is not going down because of things that a securities regulator can address.

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