Retail investors watch stock prices at the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Will the Lunar New Year holiday stem the cash inflows into Hong Kong markets? Photo: AFP Retail investors watch stock prices at the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Will the Lunar New Year holiday stem the cash inflows into Hong Kong markets? Photo: AFP
Retail investors watch stock prices at the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Will the Lunar New Year holiday stem the cash inflows into Hong Kong markets? Photo: AFP
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Five Hong Kong stocks most vulnerable to mainland China fund reversal as Lunar New Year holiday brings liquidity test

  • A five-day trading pause in China will test support for Hong Kong stocks recently supercharged by mainland cash
  • Tencent, China Mobile, CNOOC, Meituan and HKEX have been top recipients of southbound fund inflows since November last year

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Retail investors watch stock prices at the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Will the Lunar New Year holiday stem the cash inflows into Hong Kong markets? Photo: AFP Retail investors watch stock prices at the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Will the Lunar New Year holiday stem the cash inflows into Hong Kong markets? Photo: AFP
Retail investors watch stock prices at the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Will the Lunar New Year holiday stem the cash inflows into Hong Kong markets? Photo: AFP
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