A woman walks past an electronic board showing Asian stock indices and news in a Bangkok mall. Losses in major tech stocks in Hong Kong has surpassed the size of Thailand’s equity market. Photo: AFP A woman walks past an electronic board showing Asian stock indices and news in a Bangkok mall. Losses in major tech stocks in Hong Kong has surpassed the size of Thailand’s equity market. Photo: AFP
A woman walks past an electronic board showing Asian stock indices and news in a Bangkok mall. Losses in major tech stocks in Hong Kong has surpassed the size of Thailand’s equity market. Photo: AFP

China’s tech crackdown reaches US$616 billion in damage or larger than Thailand’s stock market as money managers wrong-footed

  • Tech stocks sank 3.7 per cent in Hong Kong, extending the slump from February 17 peak to 33 per cent or at least US$616 billion in damage
  • Fund managers from JPMorgan to BlackRock have differed on the extent of current regulatory crackdown since late last year

Topic |   China technology
A woman walks past an electronic board showing Asian stock indices and news in a Bangkok mall. Losses in major tech stocks in Hong Kong has surpassed the size of Thailand’s equity market. Photo: AFP A woman walks past an electronic board showing Asian stock indices and news in a Bangkok mall. Losses in major tech stocks in Hong Kong has surpassed the size of Thailand’s equity market. Photo: AFP
A woman walks past an electronic board showing Asian stock indices and news in a Bangkok mall. Losses in major tech stocks in Hong Kong has surpassed the size of Thailand’s equity market. Photo: AFP
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