A man walks alone in Lan Kwai Fong – a neighbourhood that normally is one Hong Kong’s most boisterous watering holes – after the city shut bars down to try to control the coronavirus. Photo: Sam Tsang A man walks alone in Lan Kwai Fong – a neighbourhood that normally is one Hong Kong’s most boisterous watering holes – after the city shut bars down to try to control the coronavirus. Photo: Sam Tsang
A man walks alone in Lan Kwai Fong – a neighbourhood that normally is one Hong Kong’s most boisterous watering holes – after the city shut bars down to try to control the coronavirus. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong traders set aside Donald Trump’s anti-China broadsides to buy stocks battered in Monday’s rout

  • Restaurants gain as Hong Kong eases social distancing restrictions
  • Bargain hunters snap up shares of beaten-down Chinese oil companies

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A man walks alone in Lan Kwai Fong – a neighbourhood that normally is one Hong Kong’s most boisterous watering holes – after the city shut bars down to try to control the coronavirus. Photo: Sam Tsang A man walks alone in Lan Kwai Fong – a neighbourhood that normally is one Hong Kong’s most boisterous watering holes – after the city shut bars down to try to control the coronavirus. Photo: Sam Tsang
A man walks alone in Lan Kwai Fong – a neighbourhood that normally is one Hong Kong’s most boisterous watering holes – after the city shut bars down to try to control the coronavirus. Photo: Sam Tsang
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