People walk past an electronic board displaying the Hang Seng Index on November 29. Photo: EPA-EFE
People walk past an electronic board displaying the Hang Seng Index on November 29. Photo: EPA-EFE

Hang Seng loses US$220 billion in November pullback as Omicron, Macau gambling crackdown add to Chinese tech earnings woes

  • Hang Seng Index fell for a third day to a 14-month low as Omicron sapped risk appetite while a sell-off in Macau casino operators prolonged
  • An improvement in official Chinese manufacturing data failed to shore up sentiment amid growing Covid-19 infection cases sparked by the new variant

Topic |   Hong Kong Stock Exchange
People walk past an electronic board displaying the Hang Seng Index on November 29. Photo: EPA-EFE
People walk past an electronic board displaying the Hang Seng Index on November 29. Photo: EPA-EFE
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