Stocks Blog: Hong Kong's big gainers on 'olive branch' Wednesday slide; US, China to talk trade in October

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Hongkongers watch city leader Carrie Lam announce the withdrawal of the extradition bill. Photo: Robert Ng

Good day, traders --

Those big "olive branch" winners on Wednesday fell today. The protests aren't over, and that went back to weighing on sentiment. China stocks ended up, though, as investors expect looser monetary policy and the US and China plan to talk trade in October.

Catch up on the day's action below.

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-- Xie Yu and Deb Price in Hong Kong