Hang Seng Index declines on worries after US air strike kills Iran's top military commander

  • US-Iran tensions send gold-linked stocks flying 
  • Liquor companies fall in Shanghai, led by Kweichow Moutai

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A worker on Tuesday cleans one of the lions at the HSBC headquarters in Central that was vandalised during the anti-government march on New Year's Day. Photo: Nora Tamoto

Happy Friday, traders --

Mainland and Hong Kong were weighed down by worries about US-Iran tensions after the US launched an air strike that killed Iran's top military commander.

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-- Deb Price in Hong Kong 

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