Hang Seng Index ends lower for a second day as concerns linger over US-China trade deal

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An electronic board displays stock prices at a securities brokerage in Beijing. Photo: EPA-EFE

Good day, traders

Hong Kong and mainland stocks fell for a second straight day as investors moved to the sidelines amid lingering concerns over the US-China trade deal that will be signed later tonight in Washington. 

Catch up on the day's action below.

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Zhang Shidong in Shanghai and Srinivasan Iyer in Hong Kong

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