A ‘red’ New Year debut day, where stocks open higher, is seen by investors as a good omen, while a ‘black’ debut, where the market closes lower, is a bad omen. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong stocks bite back on first trading day in the Year of Dog

Hang Seng Index tumbles 0.8 per cent in post-holiday trading

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A ‘red’ New Year debut day, where stocks open higher, is seen by investors as a good omen, while a ‘black’ debut, where the market closes lower, is a bad omen. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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