Hong Kong’s stock market is more exposed to China risks as it transforms into a listing hub for emerging mainland companies. Photo: Shutterstock images
Hong Kong’s stock market is more exposed to China risks as it transforms into a listing hub for emerging mainland companies. Photo: Shutterstock images
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Hong Kong’s US$700 billion July market sell-off evokes memories of China’s 2015 stocks rout

  • Hang Seng Index sinks and swims as role transforms into a listing hub for mainland companies
  • Cathie Wood’s flagship ETF has reduced its US$1.66 billion holding of Chinese stocks by this month while foreign funds exited onshore markets

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Hong Kong’s stock market is more exposed to China risks as it transforms into a listing hub for emerging mainland companies. Photo: Shutterstock images
Hong Kong’s stock market is more exposed to China risks as it transforms into a listing hub for emerging mainland companies. Photo: Shutterstock images
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