An investor at a data display board at a brokerage in Beijing on January 3, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market displays gains and advances in red, using green to illustrate losses and declines. Photo: Reuters
An investor at a data display board at a brokerage in Beijing on January 3, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market displays gains and advances in red, using green to illustrate losses and declines. Photo: Reuters
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Advancing utilities lift China’s benchmark indexes in light Christmas Day trading as traders shun banks, consumer stocks

  • Christmas is not celebrated as a public holiday in China
  • Eleven of the 19 stock exchanges in Asia including Hong Kong were shut for Christmas

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An investor at a data display board at a brokerage in Beijing on January 3, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market displays gains and advances in red, using green to illustrate losses and declines. Photo: Reuters
An investor at a data display board at a brokerage in Beijing on January 3, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market displays gains and advances in red, using green to illustrate losses and declines. Photo: Reuters
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