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: APFlags 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

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
Topic |   Stocks
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: APFlags 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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