Pedestrians walk past Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Hong Kong stock investors have never been so bullish in greeting a new year since 2011. Photo: EPA-EFE Pedestrians walk past Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Hong Kong stock investors have never been so bullish in greeting a new year since 2011. Photo: EPA-EFE
Pedestrians walk past Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Hong Kong stock investors have never been so bullish in greeting a new year since 2011. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Hang Seng Index marks best start to year since 2011 as banks and insurers rally while Xiaomi plunges

  • Hong Kong markets completed a third week of gains, lifting the benchmark index to highest level before the Wuhan lockdown a year ago
  • Xiaomi crashed by a record 10 per cent on US sanctions, while insurer AIA Group and Chinese bank stocks pushed the market to its best opening two weeks of year since 2011

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Pedestrians walk past Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Hong Kong stock investors have never been so bullish in greeting a new year since 2011. Photo: EPA-EFE Pedestrians walk past Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Hong Kong stock investors have never been so bullish in greeting a new year since 2011. Photo: EPA-EFE
Pedestrians walk past Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Hong Kong stock investors have never been so bullish in greeting a new year since 2011. Photo: EPA-EFE
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