Hang Seng Index, China stocks gain on hopes on easing of coronavirus, US-China tensions

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Topic |   Stocks Blog
Construction workers leave a construction site in Beijing on May 6, 2020. China is largely back to work after efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: Associated Press

Happy Friday, traders!

Hong Kong and mainland China stocks rose.

Catch up on the action below.

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