Shanghai, China — China’s Dow fell 9.8% in Shanghai on Wednesday, the world’s biggest-ever fall.
The Sichuan province-based market regulator said the Dow closed up 7.3% for the first time in three weeks.
The Dow has fallen more than 10% since November.
China has seen the market collapse in recent years due to the financial crisis and the country’s economic slowdown.
The stock market has suffered from a shortage of capital, and many Chinese companies have shut down or laid off workers as a result of the financial slowdown.