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Hong Kong stocks sharply lower at break

Oct 08 2018 07:50

Hong Kong - Hong Kong stocks suffered another sharp sell-off on Monday morning with tech firms taking a hit and energy companies dented by a fall in oil prices.

The Hang Seng Index fell 0.85%, or 226.67 points, to 26 345.90 by the break.

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