Hong Kong stocks tumbled to six-year low amid concerns over China’s latest Covid-19 outbreaks, delisting risks for US-listed Chinese firms

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Hong Kong’s benchmark stock index tumbled to the lowest level in six years amid growing concerns about the latest COVID-19 cases in mainland China clouded the economic outlook, while regulatory concerns and US delisting risks sent tech giants to a new low.

The Hang Seng Index tumbled nearly 5% to end at 19,531.66, marking the biggest one-day plunge in 22 months and the lowest level in six years. The Hang . . .

 

 

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