Hong Kong and China stocks steadily lose traction to follow most Asia-Pacific markets lower

  • Index heavyweight Tencent unchanged at HK$395, while Alibaba adds 0.5 per cent to HK$197.90
  • Toilet paper maker Vinda expects first quarter net profit to increase by 65 per cent to HK$377 million

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Workers make protective masks at Threegun Group's plant in Shanghai. The company's mask production kicked into high gear recently with the daily output reaching one million pieces. Photo: Xinhua

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Hong Kong and China markets closed lower after starting on a positive note. Catch up on the day's action below!

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