Traders bargain shop after Monday's 1,000-point Hang Seng Index rout on souring US-China relations

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Hong Kong is returning to work after successfully containing the virus. But protests have started up again, threatening the battered economy. Photo: May Tse

Good day, traders --

Traders went back into Hong Kong's market to pick up stocks battered in Monday's rout.

China reopens Wednesday. 

Catch up on the day's action below.

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