A large screen in Tokyo's famous entertainment district Kabukicho shows Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declaring a state of emergency over the coronavirus on April 7, 2020. Photo: ReutersA large screen in Tokyo's famous entertainment district Kabukicho shows Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declaring a state of emergency over the coronavirus on April 7, 2020. Photo: Reuters
A large screen in Tokyo's famous entertainment district Kabukicho shows Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declaring a state of emergency over the coronavirus on April 7, 2020. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong, most other Asia-Pacific stock markets finish with losses on cautious trading amid coronavirus worries

  • HSBC closes with loss, snapping two-session winning streak after dividend-cancellation rout last week
  • Japan gains, as government imposes partial lockdown and readies near-US$1 trillion stimulus; Hong Kong and China see losses
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A large screen in Tokyo's famous entertainment district Kabukicho shows Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declaring a state of emergency over the coronavirus on April 7, 2020. Photo: ReutersA large screen in Tokyo's famous entertainment district Kabukicho shows Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declaring a state of emergency over the coronavirus on April 7, 2020. Photo: Reuters
A large screen in Tokyo's famous entertainment district Kabukicho shows Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declaring a state of emergency over the coronavirus on April 7, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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