Economists said that even if former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is correct that China’s stock market is headed for a “dramatic correction,” it won’t upset China’s economy or spread to other markets and economies around the globe, Bloomberg reports.

They said that China’s economy isn’t tremendously correlated with its stock market and note that while the number of brokerage accounts has climbed to 100 million, less than 10% of the population holds investments and stock holdings account for only 25% of domestic wealth.

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