Hong Kong’s Stock Market Slump Was Not as Painful as Feared
Pedestrians walk past an electronic ticker board and a screen displaying stock figures outside the Exchange Square complex, which houses the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, in Hong Kong, China. (Photographer: Paul Yeung/Bloomberg)  

Hong Kong’s Stock Market Slump Was Not as Painful as Feared

(Bloomberg) -- It could have been a lot worse for Hong Kong’s big market reopen as investors sought to gauge the widening impact of the coronavirus on China’s economy.
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