The stock market in China is still reeling from the massive sell-off that began at the beginning of the year.
The country is experiencing a massive capital outflow and, as of Tuesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had hit a record high of 21,726,942.
That means that the market in Beijing, where the Dow is the third-largest, is currently the sixth-largest in the world.
The Shanghai Composite is currently at its second-highest point ever.
The Nasdaq is also at record heights.
But despite the capital outflows, China has seen the Chinese stock market hit a new record high this week, according to data from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC).
The Dow rose 9.4% on Wednesday, its highest level since December, when the market peaked at 24,817,766.
The S&P 500, which is the world’s most-traded index, rose 0.6% and the Nasdaq gained 1.1%.
The Shanghai and Shanghai Composite rose 1.3% and 1.4%, respectively.
The Dow, meanwhile, is now trading at an all-time high.
The S&s has climbed nearly 4,000 points since December 9, a new milestone for the index.
The previous high was 2,984,965 set in March, according the CSRC.
In a statement to CNBC, the CSLC said that this week’s record-high prices came at the expense of some investors.
The CSI’s data on Wednesday also shows that the country is seeing the largest capital outflows since the start of the financial crisis, according a statement by the CSCC.
In December, the CSI reported that the outflows were at their highest level in two years.
That was the first time since January that the CSI’s figures had been below a year ago.
According to the CSNC, China’s outflows rose by $5.5 trillion ($7.9 trillion) between March and December.
That means China has outpaced the US in capital out-flows for the past five years.
China’s outflow rate has been at a record-breaking high of about $1 trillion a day, according Reuters data.
It’s been the highest rate of capital outlay since at least 2009, according data from data analytics firm FactSet.
The US capital out flow rate has decreased by $1.1 trillion ($1.5 billion) since the crisis began in 2009, the data shows.
The outflows from China are also a big reason why the US has been unable to grow its gross domestic product, according research from Oxford Economics.
That’s because Chinese companies have to spend more on infrastructure and services to make up for the loss of American businesses.
China has a huge economy, and its GDP is expected to be about 7.4 percent of the world economy in 2021.
The CSRC also said that China has now become the world leader in the manufacturing sector, ahead of India.