Nerves settled in Hong Kong, after the initial shock of Britain’s dramatic Brexit prompted panic buying. Photo: Felix Wong Nerves settled in Hong Kong, after the initial shock of Britain’s dramatic Brexit prompted panic buying. Photo: Felix Wong
Nerves settled in Hong Kong, after the initial shock of Britain’s dramatic Brexit prompted panic buying. Photo: Felix Wong
Celia Chen
Opinion

Opinion

Daily Report by Celia Chen, Enoch Yiu and Jennifer Li

Hong Kong stocks recover from early Brexit panic selling

Hang Seng Index ends down 2.9 per cent at 20,259, after having dipped 5.8 per cent by late morning

Nerves settled in Hong Kong, after the initial shock of Britain’s dramatic Brexit prompted panic buying. Photo: Felix Wong Nerves settled in Hong Kong, after the initial shock of Britain’s dramatic Brexit prompted panic buying. Photo: Felix Wong
Nerves settled in Hong Kong, after the initial shock of Britain’s dramatic Brexit prompted panic buying. Photo: Felix Wong
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