Protests returned to Hong Kong’s streets over the weekend, but the city’s stock market has edged up in early trading on Monday. Photo: May TseProtests returned to Hong Kong’s streets over the weekend, but the city’s stock market has edged up in early trading on Monday. Photo: May Tse
Protests returned to Hong Kong’s streets over the weekend, but the city’s stock market has edged up in early trading on Monday. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong, China stocks are dragged down by tech declines after semiconductor firm SMIC plunges on US ban threat

  • The Hang Seng Index, which fell 2.9 per cent last week, declines 0.4 per cent
  • Improved trade data has limited impact on markets amid doubts about China’s economic recovery, analyst says

Topic |   Hang Seng Index
Protests returned to Hong Kong’s streets over the weekend, but the city’s stock market has edged up in early trading on Monday. Photo: May TseProtests returned to Hong Kong’s streets over the weekend, but the city’s stock market has edged up in early trading on Monday. Photo: May Tse
Protests returned to Hong Kong’s streets over the weekend, but the city’s stock market has edged up in early trading on Monday. Photo: May Tse
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