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HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
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28,882.46+65.39 (+0.23%)
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    oba
    For now China is still kinda famous but soon the people who are interested in buying this stock are probably only doing this to earn some quick money and not to use this as an investment for long term and living of this investment
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    Aniz
    The HKEX has forcibly stop the trading of 0282.HK Next Digital of the ONLY Pro-Democracy newspaper Apple Daily for 7 days. This proves that HK market is not a free market anymore and is going to be influence by the communist China.
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    oba
    Just bought stock and went down lol not only that but because of new virus this is only a faze that this stock is going through but still I’m going to hold
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    Aniz
    The downward trend has been formed. Moreover the US market actually affect Asian market as well. Plus HK is now in a double dip recession due to political instability
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    Dadinvestor
    There are active exchanges like Nasdaq, Nikkei and then there are passive ones like HSI, FTSE, good thing about passive ones is that they follow good news and overreact to bad news, there isn’t much to track here
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    JWF
    Chinese government is deflating the market before it turns into a bubble like the US
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    Aniz
    All gains shedded today
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    Aniz
    There is a risk of the depegging of the HKD to USD, due to 100B cash outflow from HK each month cause by the National security law and emigration. HKD assets are not safe anymore.
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    Cubicle_98
    So when is Xi going to make China great again?
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    Goldmember
    China shock drop looks just like US market open earlier Tuesday. Exact same pattern one day later.
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    Allison
    why is the Asian markets so succumb to US policies & political gains? Do we, as Asians really need their businesses & US dollars? Chinese history have been around for more than 5000 years, does doing business with Americans really that crucial that we need to hang our heads low? There are Asian companies which might be or in the building to be on par with American companies too. It may take time, 10 years, 50 years, a hundred years, we did it once for 5000 years, what's another 100 years? We should decouple from US economy, nothing is real there. Brace up Asia, East Asia, South East Asia - let's join hands & walk together in good spirits to get out of this crisis. Cheers!
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    herdfightsback
    hina & HK real estate is highly over leveraged. The wealthy on both sides are terrified, terrified! HK is a falling knife which will affect China. This HSI drop is only the beginning, panic selling is about to set in. But don’t make the mistake of a comeback. HK real estate won’t ever come back. China taking advantage of the USA has ended.
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    Mark
    I’m in HK now. Witnessed some protests first hand., one much closer than I wanted. Very interesting. I’m here for two more weeks.
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    herdfightsback
    Hong Kong will be taken over by CCP. They can’t let this revolt happen again, it’s freedom vs communism and will spread to mainland. Protestors will occupy SEHK (HSI) and people will stop paying rent. HK economy about to tank. Free people will leave, Capital & people flight!
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    Allison
    The amount of foreign short sellers in Asian Financial Markets is uncalled for. Asian Financial Regulators should consider new terms & conditions for foreign investors & foreign funds investing in our regions. Investment is for long term plans & not for short term gains, encouraging gambling. If nothing is done, than Investment is a non meaningful event anymore.
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    Mr. Penny
    Ok, the HSI seems to be bouncing off its previous/recent low. Earnings season is here for $BABA, let's see if it starts a run into quarterly earnings. IMO
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    Anonymous
    It’s not shorts making the market go down. Nobody has that buying power. Also, only reason China isn’t down more is bank of China propping up their ‘free market’
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    B
    Countries around the world should cancel their debts to China as payback for withholding information about the Coronavirus outbreak.
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    Robert
    Time for the world to stand up to China for starting all of this
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    Cubicle_98
    5 yr. reversal...back to the stone age for the Chinese market...Xi and Putin are quite the team. Xi need to re-think and mend the fence with Trump.