Alibaba representatives “bang the gong” as the e-commerce giant debuts in a secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson WongAlibaba representatives “bang the gong” as the e-commerce giant debuts in a secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
Alibaba representatives “bang the gong” as the e-commerce giant debuts in a secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong

China-US hostility to benefit Hong Kong investors as stock benchmark is set to decouple from old economy

  • NetEase and JD.com are the latest US-listed Chinese companies to launch secondary offerings in Hong Kong amid fraying ties between Beijing and Washington. Many more are expected
  • China’s new-economy stocks will account for about one-tenth of the weightings of the Hang Seng Index in 2022, Jefferies says
Topic |   Hang Seng Index
Alibaba representatives “bang the gong” as the e-commerce giant debuts in a secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson WongAlibaba representatives “bang the gong” as the e-commerce giant debuts in a secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
Alibaba representatives “bang the gong” as the e-commerce giant debuts in a secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
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