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Jan 8, 2016 11:30pm PST
capitalism, and it's the intersection of those two that are creating the volatility. >> rose: george saurus said it reminds him of 2008 that china has a crisis and will challenge financial markets. >> china's economy has been slowing for some time. if you look right now, fixed investment growth, which was 50% of the economy, was growing 35%. today it's growing 10 and stabilizing. that's not new news. what's new news is this move towards the liberalization of the currency in the capital market. so i think you have to separate economic growth from capital markets. we have been in a period with all this quantitative easing around the world where central banks have essentially created a great environment for wall street but it hasn't been great for main street. what's shifting is we're probably going to see an okay environment for main street but it's going to be tougher for wall street. >> rose: we turn to our white house watch. gun control was very much on the present agenda this week both in a town hall on cnn and in an earlier speech at the white house announcing new measures to tigh
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