Regulatory concerns are afflicting Hong Kong stocks again after a news report about a possible break-up in Ant Group’s businesses. Photo: Shutterstock Regulatory concerns are afflicting Hong Kong stocks again after a news report about a possible break-up in Ant Group’s businesses. Photo: Shutterstock
Regulatory concerns are afflicting Hong Kong stocks again after a news report about a possible break-up in Ant Group’s businesses. Photo: Shutterstock
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Alibaba, Meituan dent Hong Kong stocks after report on Ant Group break-up reignites regulatory worries

  • Hang Seng Index dropped 1.5 per cent on Monday as regulatory concerns hit a notch higher and casino stocks slipped amid new Covid-19 cases in China
  • Alibaba, Meituan and Tencent led losses after the Financial Times said Chinese regulators are seeking to break up Alipay and its lending business

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Regulatory concerns are afflicting Hong Kong stocks again after a news report about a possible break-up in Ant Group’s businesses. Photo: Shutterstock Regulatory concerns are afflicting Hong Kong stocks again after a news report about a possible break-up in Ant Group’s businesses. Photo: Shutterstock
Regulatory concerns are afflicting Hong Kong stocks again after a news report about a possible break-up in Ant Group’s businesses. Photo: Shutterstock
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