Police conduct stop and search operations to prevent protests against China’s proposed move to impose a security law for Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong Police conduct stop and search operations to prevent protests against China’s proposed move to impose a security law for Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Police conduct stop and search operations to prevent protests against China’s proposed move to impose a security law for Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong stocks end lower amid protests and rising US-China tensions over proposed national security law

  • Hang Seng Index eases 0.4 per cent after US President Donald Trump said that he would soon “do something” about Beijing’s proposed security law for Hong Kong
  • Police fire pepper spray pellets on protesters after a relatively calm morning

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Police conduct stop and search operations to prevent protests against China’s proposed move to impose a security law for Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong Police conduct stop and search operations to prevent protests against China’s proposed move to impose a security law for Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Police conduct stop and search operations to prevent protests against China’s proposed move to impose a security law for Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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