An investor looks at stock prices in Beijing on May 6, 2019. photo: Agence France-Presse.

Investor worries about Xi-Trump trade progress depress mainland, Hong Kong shares, but both end June way ahead of dismal May

  • Shanghai ends up 2.8 per cent in June, after fall of 5.8 per cent in May when trade tensions escalated
  • Hang Seng jumps 6.1 per cent in June, compared to its whopping 9.4 per cent loss in May
Topic |   China stock market

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An investor looks at stock prices in Beijing on May 6, 2019. photo: Agence France-Presse.
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Deb Price

Deb Price

Deb joined the Post in 2018. Formerly an editor at The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, she was a Harvard Nieman fellow in 2011. She was the lead writer on The Wall Street Journal's digital project, "No Good Choices," which won the top award for excellence in reporting on women's issues from the Society of Publishers in Asia in 2015.