Updated Friday, October 24, 2014 as of 9:48 AM ET

Can China's Economy Make a Soft Landing

China, once the darling of all investors, has since the collapse of 2008 thrown them one investment curve ball after another. This year is no exception. June in particular saw Chinese financial markets plunge under the weight of stark liquidity shortages, misdirected credit flows, gyrating interest rates and frightening signs of economic weakness. Many commentators in response have voiced fears of a Chinese collapse on a par with the U.S. subprime crisis and, for the second time is as many years, they have prophesied a "hard landing" for China's economy.

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