Riot police officers clash with protesters at the junction of Lockhart Road and Percival Street in Causeway Bay. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong’s stock market has a midsummer’s nightmare as fundraising dries up in worsening trade war and street mayhem

  • The number of companies seeking to raise capital this year fell by a third to 88 IPOs, with proceeds plunging by 55.9 per cent to US$10.82 billion
  • July’s listings halved to 15 companies, with their combined proceeds plummeting 57 per cent to US$1.65 billion
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Riot police officers clash with protesters at the junction of Lockhart Road and Percival Street in Causeway Bay. Photo: Winson Wong
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