It promises to be another day of muted activity in the Hong Kong and mainland China equity markets, as eyes once again turn to US-China trade negotiations. Sunday, December 15, is the key date, and it seems more likely that Washington will hold back from imposing extra tariffs on another US$160 billion of Chinese goods.
Closer to home, media reports about a Chinese city relaxing some of its property pricing curbs are also likely to draw some interest, as the industry – critical to China’s economic growth – has gone through an extended period of slow growth amid efforts by Beijing to rein in prices.
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