The new stock cross-trade proposal allows mainland investors to trade up to 10.5 billion yuan (HK$13.2 billion) a day of Hong Kong stocks and up to 250 billion yuan in total, while Hong Kong investors can trade up to 13 billion yuan a day in Shanghai-listed A shares and up to 300 billion yuan in total. Photo: EPA The new stock cross-trade proposal allows mainland investors to trade up to 10.5 billion yuan (HK$13.2 billion) a day of Hong Kong stocks and up to 250 billion yuan in total, while Hong Kong investors can trade up to 13 billion yuan a day in Shanghai-listed A shares and up to 300 billion yuan in total. Photo: EPA
The new stock cross-trade proposal allows mainland investors to trade up to 10.5 billion yuan (HK$13.2 billion) a day of Hong Kong stocks and up to 250 billion yuan in total, while Hong Kong investors can trade up to 13 billion yuan a day in Shanghai-listed A shares and up to 300 billion yuan in total. Photo: EPA
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The new stock cross-trade proposal allows mainland investors to trade up to 10.5 billion yuan (HK$13.2 billion) a day of Hong Kong stocks and up to 250 billion yuan in total, while Hong Kong investors can trade up to 13 billion yuan a day in Shanghai-listed A shares and up to 300 billion yuan in total. Photo: EPA The new stock cross-trade proposal allows mainland investors to trade up to 10.5 billion yuan (HK$13.2 billion) a day of Hong Kong stocks and up to 250 billion yuan in total, while Hong Kong investors can trade up to 13 billion yuan a day in Shanghai-listed A shares and up to 300 billion yuan in total. Photo: EPA
The new stock cross-trade proposal allows mainland investors to trade up to 10.5 billion yuan (HK$13.2 billion) a day of Hong Kong stocks and up to 250 billion yuan in total, while Hong Kong investors can trade up to 13 billion yuan a day in Shanghai-listed A shares and up to 300 billion yuan in total. Photo: EPA
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