Chinese regulators aren't fooling around when it come to investigating the wild gyrations in their markets. English language newspapers in China offer interesting reads. And yes, I recognize likely government influences. Nevertheless, have a look. One could speculate what might happen if the SEC would act so forcefully. http://www.scmp.com/news/china/poli...be-market-volatility-deepens-amid-speculation A leading hedge fund manager, Li Yife, disappeared from public view. Her husband denies the speculative arrest rumors. http://www.shanghaidaily.com/business/finance/Suspects-confess-in-shares-probe/shdaily.shtml Several people, including 4 from China's largest brokerage firm and an official from the China Securities Regulatory Commission, have pleaded guilty to confessed to spreading false rumors, taking bribes and insider trading.