American Banks May Dodge a Chinese Meltdown

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The following video is from Thursday's installment of The Motley Fool's Financials show, in which analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson highlight for investors the most important stock news from the financial sector.

While the actions of the Fed, and coming interest rate changes, have most of the financial headlines in the U.S., China is facing a lot of turmoil at the moment. In this segment, David discusses several of the challenges China is currently facing, and lists several big U.S. banks that have divested themselves of major Chinese assets recently, in order to take profits and reduce their exposure to what could be the next major financial meltdown.

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The relevant video segment can be found between 1:35 and 2:48.

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