News of possible US sanctions against Chinese oil and semiconductor companies sent Asian markets reeling, ending November’s party on a sour note. Photo: Reuters News of possible US sanctions against Chinese oil and semiconductor companies sent Asian markets reeling, ending November’s party on a sour note. Photo: Reuters
News of possible US sanctions against Chinese oil and semiconductor companies sent Asian markets reeling, ending November’s party on a sour note. Photo: Reuters
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Hong Kong stocks end November in turmoil as CNOOC crashes 14 per cent on report of possible US sanctions

  • Hang Seng Index tumbled 2.1 per cent, the most in more than six weeks, while Shanghai Composite retreated 0.5 per cent
  • CNOOC crashed by 14 per cent to lead losses among blue chips in Hong Kong on possible new sanctions by outgoing Trump administration

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News of possible US sanctions against Chinese oil and semiconductor companies sent Asian markets reeling, ending November’s party on a sour note. Photo: Reuters News of possible US sanctions against Chinese oil and semiconductor companies sent Asian markets reeling, ending November’s party on a sour note. Photo: Reuters
News of possible US sanctions against Chinese oil and semiconductor companies sent Asian markets reeling, ending November’s party on a sour note. Photo: Reuters
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