A man with a mask inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building at the Pudong financial district in Shanghai on February 28, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market represents losses and declines in green, using the colour red to denote advances and gains. Photo: ReutersA man with a mask inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building at the Pudong financial district in Shanghai on February 28, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market represents losses and declines in green, using the colour red to denote advances and gains. Photo: Reuters
A man with a mask inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building at the Pudong financial district in Shanghai on February 28, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market represents losses and declines in green, using the colour red to denote advances and gains. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong stocks plunge more than 1,100 points as collapsing oil market adds to the woes of a widening coronavirus outbreak

  • Hang Seng Index plunges by as much as 4.3 per cent, in its biggest one-day decline in more than two years
  • Stock indexes tumble in Asia, from Seoul to Wellington; Alibaba sees worst fall since Hong Kong secondary listing on November 26

Topic |   China stock market: Latest news and updates
A man with a mask inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building at the Pudong financial district in Shanghai on February 28, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market represents losses and declines in green, using the colour red to denote advances and gains. Photo: ReutersA man with a mask inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building at the Pudong financial district in Shanghai on February 28, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market represents losses and declines in green, using the colour red to denote advances and gains. Photo: Reuters
A man with a mask inside the Shanghai Stock Exchange building at the Pudong financial district in Shanghai on February 28, 2020. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market represents losses and declines in green, using the colour red to denote advances and gains. Photo: Reuters
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