A pedestrian walks past the China Huarong Tower in Hong Kong, which houses China Huarong Asset Management. China says the firm has ample liquidity. Photo: Bloomberg A pedestrian walks past the China Huarong Tower in Hong Kong, which houses China Huarong Asset Management. China says the firm has ample liquidity. Photo: Bloomberg
A pedestrian walks past the China Huarong Tower in Hong Kong, which houses China Huarong Asset Management. China says the firm has ample liquidity. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong stocks rise to four-week high with earnings in focus as China dismisses Huarong distress

  • China Mobile, China Unicom and Ping An Insurance will kick off first-quarter earnings reports from Hang Seng Index members from Tuesday
  • Trip.com jumped on Hong Kong debut, markets in mainland China were steady after regulator dismissed distress at China Huarong Asset Management

Topic |   China stock market
A pedestrian walks past the China Huarong Tower in Hong Kong, which houses China Huarong Asset Management. China says the firm has ample liquidity. Photo: Bloomberg A pedestrian walks past the China Huarong Tower in Hong Kong, which houses China Huarong Asset Management. China says the firm has ample liquidity. Photo: Bloomberg
A pedestrian walks past the China Huarong Tower in Hong Kong, which houses China Huarong Asset Management. China says the firm has ample liquidity. Photo: Bloomberg
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