Hong Kong, China stocks gain after big Wall Street rally on coronavirus hopes

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Passengers head through a Tokyo station after the government announced a state of emergency for the capital due to the coronavirus outbreak on April 8, 2020. Photo: Reuters

Good day traders --

Hong Kong and China stocks gained.

Remember, Hong Kong's stock exchange will be closed Friday and Monday due to the Easter holiday. The blog will focus on mainland action both days!

Catch up on today's action below!

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