The Hang Seng Index’s 8.1 per cent jump this month to the highest in 20 months ranked it among the top three major-market performers. Photo: Warton Li The Hang Seng Index’s 8.1 per cent jump this month to the highest in 20 months ranked it among the top three major-market performers. Photo: Warton Li
The Hang Seng Index’s 8.1 per cent jump this month to the highest in 20 months ranked it among the top three major-market performers. Photo: Warton Li
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Hong Kong stocks look for earnings boost, mainland China tonic to overcome fatigue after world-beating run

  • Investors see an imminent inflection point in corporate earnings to justify bull run as China’s economic expansion gains traction
  • Chinese investors buy Hong Kong shares as a hedge to yuan-based assets on valuation appeal and hopes for better US-China ties

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The Hang Seng Index’s 8.1 per cent jump this month to the highest in 20 months ranked it among the top three major-market performers. Photo: Warton Li The Hang Seng Index’s 8.1 per cent jump this month to the highest in 20 months ranked it among the top three major-market performers. Photo: Warton Li
The Hang Seng Index’s 8.1 per cent jump this month to the highest in 20 months ranked it among the top three major-market performers. Photo: Warton Li
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