Hong Kong’s market entered bull territory Monday, after being in a bear market for more than three months due to upheaval by the coronavirus. Above, a Star Ferry boat crosses Victoria Harbour in front of a skyline of buildings. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong’s market entered bull territory Monday, after being in a bear market for more than three months due to upheaval by the coronavirus. Above, a Star Ferry boat crosses Victoria Harbour in front of a skyline of buildings. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong’s market entered bull territory Monday, after being in a bear market for more than three months due to upheaval by the coronavirus. Above, a Star Ferry boat crosses Victoria Harbour in front of a skyline of buildings. Photo: Reuters

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Hong Kong’s market entered bull territory Monday, after being in a bear market for more than three months due to upheaval by the coronavirus. Above, a Star Ferry boat crosses Victoria Harbour in front of a skyline of buildings. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong’s market entered bull territory Monday, after being in a bear market for more than three months due to upheaval by the coronavirus. Above, a Star Ferry boat crosses Victoria Harbour in front of a skyline of buildings. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong’s market entered bull territory Monday, after being in a bear market for more than three months due to upheaval by the coronavirus. Above, a Star Ferry boat crosses Victoria Harbour in front of a skyline of buildings. Photo: Reuters
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