A man walks past an electronic sign displaying the Hang Seng Index (HSI) from the Hong Kong stock exchange on January 29, 2016. Hong Kong stocks rallied on January 29, ending a volatile month on a high, after Japan announced a surprise negative interest rate policy, effectively charging banks to store their cash in a bid to kickstart lending in the country. AFP PHOTO / ISAAC LAWRENCE
A man walks past an electronic sign displaying the Hang Seng Index (HSI) from the Hong Kong stock exchange on January 29, 2016. Hong Kong stocks rallied on January 29, ending a volatile month on a high, after Japan announced a surprise negative interest rate policy, effectively charging banks to store their cash in a bid to kickstart lending in the country. AFP PHOTO / ISAAC LAWRENCE
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Chart of the day: Expect indecision as Hang Seng Index hovers

A man walks past an electronic sign displaying the Hang Seng Index (HSI) from the Hong Kong stock exchange on January 29, 2016. Hong Kong stocks rallied on January 29, ending a volatile month on a high, after Japan announced a surprise negative interest rate policy, effectively charging banks to store their cash in a bid to kickstart lending in the country. AFP PHOTO / ISAAC LAWRENCE
A man walks past an electronic sign displaying the Hang Seng Index (HSI) from the Hong Kong stock exchange on January 29, 2016. Hong Kong stocks rallied on January 29, ending a volatile month on a high, after Japan announced a surprise negative interest rate policy, effectively charging banks to store their cash in a bid to kickstart lending in the country. AFP PHOTO / ISAAC LAWRENCE
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