China stocks drop amid low volatility as caution over subdued earnings, growth mounts

China stocks fell for the first time in four days on Tuesday as traders assessed the outlook for corporate earnings and economic growth. Volatility on the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index also fell to about a four-month low.The index declined 0.2 per cent, or 4.57 points, to 2,937.62 at the close. The daily swing in the benchmark has not exceeded 1 per cent over the past week on a closing basis, leaving the gauge’s 60-day volatility close to its lowest level since March.In Hong Kong, the Hang…

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