The Shanghai Composite, one of China’s leading stock indexes, has seen its highest daily spike in more than two years following signs that the government will step in to support battered equity markets.
It closed up 4.1%, its biggest one-day rise since March 2016.
The moves extend a rally that began on October 19 and after investor confidence surged on assurances from Beijing.
Stocks had been falling as China’s economic growth continued to stutter.
On October 19, top Chinese financial officials – including economic adviser Liu He and the heads of the securities and insurance commissions – issued a statement to buoy investor sentiment in bruised markets.