Donald Trump supporters at a campaign event in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, last week. Trump is likely to unleash more punitive measures against Chinese companies as the presidential election nears. Photo: Reuters Donald Trump supporters at a campaign event in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, last week. Trump is likely to unleash more punitive measures against Chinese companies as the presidential election nears. Photo: Reuters
Donald Trump supporters at a campaign event in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, last week. Trump is likely to unleash more punitive measures against Chinese companies as the presidential election nears. Photo: Reuters

How you should navigate Hong Kong, China stocks during an increasingly hostile Trump presidency

  • Consumer-related stocks historically outperform when US-China tensions rise, according to UBS
  • Chinese technology stocks are exposed to further Trump sanctions, analysts say

Topic |   Stocks
Donald Trump supporters at a campaign event in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, last week. Trump is likely to unleash more punitive measures against Chinese companies as the presidential election nears. Photo: Reuters Donald Trump supporters at a campaign event in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, last week. Trump is likely to unleash more punitive measures against Chinese companies as the presidential election nears. Photo: Reuters
Donald Trump supporters at a campaign event in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, last week. Trump is likely to unleash more punitive measures against Chinese companies as the presidential election nears. Photo: Reuters
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