The Hang Seng slumped 5 per cent in the past five trading days as China’s crackdown against the private tutoring industry rattled investors. Photo: May Tse The Hang Seng slumped 5 per cent in the past five trading days as China’s crackdown against the private tutoring industry rattled investors. Photo: May Tse
The Hang Seng slumped 5 per cent in the past five trading days as China’s crackdown against the private tutoring industry rattled investors. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong stocks rebound from biggest monthly slide in three years as traders change tack to skirt Beijing’s regulatory assault

  • The city’s benchmark index rose as traders rotated into green-economy businesses such as EV makers to ward off regulatory risks
  • Daily trading values were slightly above the one-year average, signalling no serious decline in demand for stocks

Topic |   Hong Kong stock market
The Hang Seng slumped 5 per cent in the past five trading days as China’s crackdown against the private tutoring industry rattled investors. Photo: May Tse The Hang Seng slumped 5 per cent in the past five trading days as China’s crackdown against the private tutoring industry rattled investors. Photo: May Tse
The Hang Seng slumped 5 per cent in the past five trading days as China’s crackdown against the private tutoring industry rattled investors. Photo: May Tse
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