Stocks in Hong Kong are rebounding after losing 10 per cent over the past five days. Photo: Shutterstock
Stocks in Hong Kong are rebounding after losing 10 per cent over the past five days. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong stocks halt five-day slump as Meituan and Tencent rally, authorities seek to calm markets and foreign funds return

  • Local stocks regain footing as authorities attempt to calm markets after post-Congress rout
  • Foreign funds were net buyers of Chinese onshore shares for a second straight day on Wednesday, after dumping a record US$2.5 billion worth of them on Monday

Stocks in Hong Kong are rebounding after losing 10 per cent over the past five days. Photo: Shutterstock
Stocks in Hong Kong are rebounding after losing 10 per cent over the past five days. Photo: Shutterstock
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