A view of the empty streets at the central business area in downtown Beijing on February 10, the first working day after the Lunar New Year holiday amid coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Simon SongA view of the empty streets at the central business area in downtown Beijing on February 10, the first working day after the Lunar New Year holiday amid coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Simon Song
A view of the empty streets at the central business area in downtown Beijing on February 10, the first working day after the Lunar New Year holiday amid coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Simon Song

These five Chinese stocks are runaway winners in rally fuelled by coronavirus scare

  • Traders snap up shares of companies from mask producers to video conference service providers and drug makers amid outbreak
  • Five mainland-traded stocks have rallied by more than 60 per cent since the lockdown in Hubei province began on January 23

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A view of the empty streets at the central business area in downtown Beijing on February 10, the first working day after the Lunar New Year holiday amid coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Simon SongA view of the empty streets at the central business area in downtown Beijing on February 10, the first working day after the Lunar New Year holiday amid coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Simon Song
A view of the empty streets at the central business area in downtown Beijing on February 10, the first working day after the Lunar New Year holiday amid coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Simon Song
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