Hong Kong’s $530 Billion Stock Rally Buckles as Protests Worsen
The Luohu immigration port building, center left, stands next to the Sham Chun river in Shenzhen across from Lo Wu Station, operated by MTR Corp., right, in Hong Kong, China. (Photographer: Justin Chin/Bloomberg)  

Hong Kong’s $530 Billion Stock Rally Buckles as Protests Worsen

(Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong stocks fell the most since early August as protests escalated after police shot and wounded a protester on Monday morning.
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