An investor monitors stock prices at a brokerage house in Beijing on January 3, 2019. Photo: Associated Press

Worries hang over Hong Kong, China markets, despite initial sentiment boost from hint of US Fed rate cut

  • In China, traders fret that a hot new tech board is pulling money away from broader market
  • Much-hyped IPO of Budweiser Brewing APAC ends up less oversubscribed than expected
Topic |   China stock market

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An investor monitors stock prices at a brokerage house in Beijing on January 3, 2019. Photo: Associated Press
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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.