Protests and the pandemic have weighed heavily on Hong Kong property share prices over the past year. Photo: Nora TamProtests and the pandemic have weighed heavily on Hong Kong property share prices over the past year. Photo: Nora Tam
Protests and the pandemic have weighed heavily on Hong Kong property share prices over the past year. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong’s battered property stocks find themselves on a surprising roll – but how long can it last?

  • Wharf REIC has shot up nearly 35 per cent in four weeks
  • Other property stocks have seen a run-up, including New World Development, which has jumped 23 per cent recently
Topic |   Hong Kong property
Protests and the pandemic have weighed heavily on Hong Kong property share prices over the past year. Photo: Nora TamProtests and the pandemic have weighed heavily on Hong Kong property share prices over the past year. Photo: Nora Tam
Protests and the pandemic have weighed heavily on Hong Kong property share prices over the past year. Photo: Nora Tam
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