Hong Kong stocks are bumpy, as Trump says US may fall into recession over coronavirus

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Topic |   Hong Kong stock market
People walk along the beautiful Bund in Shanghai on March 14, 2020, as China tries to regain some normalcy amid the coronavirus pandemic that began there. Photo: Bloomberg

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