Hong Kong, China stocks gain as traders see opportunities after big falls on coronavirus, oil fears
- Morningstar lowers its forecast for China's 2020 economic growth to 2.2 per cent from 4.7 per cent
- China airline stocks to benefit from lower oil prices
Topic | Stocks Blog
People wearing face masks are seen in front of Nakano station in Tokyo as Japan wrestles with the outbreak of coronavirus. Photo: Reuters
Good day, traders --
Hong Kong and China stocks rose, with traders seeing bottom fishing opportunities and overall sentiment rising.
Catch up on the day's action below.
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