With millions of Chinese rushing to invest in stocks and mutual funds, the nation’s top securities regulator is urging fund managers to improve their risk controls so that the market does not overheat, Reuters reports.

A number of governmental measures have revived the securities market in China, most notably the removal of a previous ban on trading $250 billion worth of state-held shares.

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