Hang Seng Index closes up for the first time in three days after US-China sign phase one deal
- China stocks fall for third session in a row, with telecom and internet stocks among the biggest losers
- China's 2019 GDP growth may have exceeded 6 per cent last year, according to Vice-Premier Liu He
It was day of chopping trading in Hong Kong, with the benchmark fluctuating between losses and gains throughout the day.
Ultimately, the Hang Seng Index closed higher for the first time in three days.
Here's how the day unfolded.
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- Zhang Shidong in Shanghai and Srinivasan Iyer in Hong Kong
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