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an ugly fat dude on for all we know they're right on that has still not placated regulators and it certainly irritated , some of the , other thing all stock and nd her regulators is also kind of an irresponsible way marketing stocks in an environment where they're still trying to restore credibility and confidence in a market that crashed now you have this kind of association with more salacious marketing approach , there are some questions about whether the women are actually analyst , some seem to be spending a lot of their time in various states of undress , but the regulatory commission is questioning not just what they're wearing but also what they're saying and critics say that's not fair these women can wear kimonos our underwear and give good stock market advice it's really up to the market to decide whether to buy or sell stocks based on what they say there is some hypocrisy in this crackdown on my candy the Chinese government's been blasted for doing pretty much the same thing using attractive women to publicize big events like the national people's Congress