By  on November 19, 2018

Slowing growth in China might be weighing on JD.com. The Chinese e-commerce company revealed third-quarter earnings Monday that showed an increase on both top and bottom lines, but the rate of growth wasn’t fast enough to tame investor fears.

The stock sank nearly 6 percent in early trading Monday, to less than $22 a share.

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