Hang Seng Index takes hard tumble on US-China tensions over coronavirus, trade
- Casinos, new economy stocks hammered
- Expect Hong Kong stocks to be punched about until US elections are over in November, analyst Kenny Wen says
Topic | Stocks Blog
Hikers flock to Lion Rock Country Park, Sha Tin, on a hot Sunday as Hong Kong recorded no new coronavirus infections today, the 14th day in a row. Photo: Winson Wong
Good day, traders! And welcome to a fresh month.
It was a painful day on the Hang Seng, which dropped more than 1,000 points.
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