Flags are raised outside the Exchange Square building in Central. Retail investors expect Hong Kong stock exchange’s benchmark index to rise next year. Photo: AP
Flags are raised outside the Exchange Square building in Central. Retail investors expect Hong Kong stock exchange’s benchmark index to rise next year. Photo: AP
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Hong Kong investors pin hopes on US-China trade deal to boost Hang Seng Index next year, shrug off protest impact

  • 42 per cent of investors surveyed by Bright Smart Securities expect the Hang Seng Index to rise 5 per cent next year, while only 6 per cent see it declining from the current level
  • JPMorgan Asset Management too upgraded its outlook on global equities from ‘slightly underweight’ to ‘slightly overweight’ to reflect its positive view of the US economy

Flags are raised outside the Exchange Square building in Central. Retail investors expect Hong Kong stock exchange’s benchmark index to rise next year. Photo: AP
Flags are raised outside the Exchange Square building in Central. Retail investors expect Hong Kong stock exchange’s benchmark index to rise next year. Photo: AP
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