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Hong Kong stocks end morning with further losses

Oct 05 2018 08:02

Hong Kong - Hong Kong stocks ended the morning in the red on Friday, extending a sell-off on fears over rising US interest rates and tense relations between China and the United States.

The Hang Seng Index fell 0.42%, or 111.22 points, to 26 512.65 by the break.

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