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HONG KONG: Hong Kong stocks tumbled and the currency soared as interbank interest rates jumped amid protests that closed roads in the city’s financial district. HONG KONG: Hong Kong stocks tumbled and the currency soared as interbank interest rates jumped amid protests that closed roads in the city’s financial district.

Hong Kong markets roiled by interbank rate squeeze amid protests - Business News | The Star Online

U.S. stocks slipped Wednesday after a strong rally at the start of June faded. Protests in Hong Kong further weighed on global markets.U.S. stocks slipped Wednesday after a strong rally at the start of June faded. Protests in Hong Kong further weighed on global markets.

Stocks slip as geopolitical uncertainty unsettles markets

Hong Kong's Hang Seng index fell 0.86% by the morning session's end. The benchmark index closed 1.73% lower on Wednesday, amid violent clashes between protesters and riot police over a controversial extradition bill.Hong Kong's Hang Seng index fell 0.86% by the morning session's end. The benchmark index closed 1.73% lower on Wednesday, amid violent clashes between protesters and riot police over a controversial extradition bill.

North American stock markets fell midweek on escalating trade tensions over a trade deal with China and crude oil prices hitting their lowest level in nearly five months.North American stock markets fell midweek on escalating trade tensions over a trade deal with China and crude oil prices hitting their lowest level in nearly five months.

North American markets fall on China trade concerns, oil hits five-month low | CTV News

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Real estate, industrials weigh down Hang SengReal estate, industrials weigh down Hang Seng

Asian shares were led lower on Thursday as the Hong Kong market fell for second consecutive session following a day of massive street protests, while oil prices flirted with five-month lows due to higher U.S. crude inventories and a bleak demand outlook.Asian shares were led lower on Thursday as the Hong Kong market fell for second ...

Hong Kong leads Asian stocks lower, oil near five-month lows - Reuters

After rising for three consecutive days, Japan’s Nikkei 225 retreated today.After rising for three consecutive days, Japan’s Nikkei 225 retreated today.

Hang Seng Drops amid Protests and Nikkei Is Down Too - Market Realist

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Stocks sank in Hong Kong as the city was hit by huge protests that saw tens of thousands of people block key roads, businesses shut up shop and unions encourage members to miss work. Campaigners have warned that the law would entangle people in the mainland's opaque courts and hammer Hong Kong'Stocks sank in Hong Kong as the city was hit by huge protests that saw tens of thousands of people block key roads, businesses shut up shop and unions encourage members to miss work. Campaigners have warned that the law would entangle people in the mainland's opaque courts and hammer Hong Kong'

Hong Kong stocks tumble as city hit by protests

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Asian markets fell again on Thursday (Jun 13) with Hong Kong suffering a second straight day of heavy losses as investors fret over the impact of ...Asian markets fell again on Thursday (Jun 13) with Hong Kong suffering a second straight day of heavy losses as investors fret over the impact of ...

Hong Kong leads way again in fresh Asia market sell-off - CNA

Asian stocks stuttered on Thursday, dogged by the uncertainty over an intractable US-China trade dispute, while oil prices flirted with five-month lows thanks to higher US crude inventories and a bleaAsian stocks stuttered on Thursday, dogged by the uncertainty over an intractable US-China trade dispute, while oil prices flirted with five-month lows thanks to higher US crude inventories and a blea

Asian stocks subdued, oil near 5-month low on US inventory build - The Hindu BusinessLine

Asian markets fell in early trading Thursday, following losses on Wall Street and turmoil in Hong Kong.Asian markets fell in early trading Thursday, following losses on Wall Street and turmoil in Hong Kong.

Asian markets fall, led by Hang Seng’s slide - MarketWatch

: THE BUSINESS TIMES Stocks - [HONG KONG] Stocks sank in Hong Kong as the city was hit by huge protests that saw tens of thousands of people block key roads, businesses shut up shop and unions encourage members to miss work. . Read more at The Business Times.THE BUSINESS TIMES Global - [HONG KONG] Stocks sank in Hong Kong as the city was hit by huge protests that saw tens of thousands of people block key roads, businesses shut up shop and unions

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The three main U.S. stock indexes closed slightly in the red on Wednesday. Energy stocks were worst-performing sector, dragged down by slumping oil prices, while utilities rose as uncertainties drove investors to safer corners.The three main U.S. stock indexes closed slightly in the red on Wednesday. Energy stocks were worst-performing sector, dragged down by slumping oil prices, while utilities rose as uncertainties drove investors to safer corners.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average Fell as the Trade War Hurts Oil Prices - Barron's

Asian markets kicked off the losses after two days of healthy gains, with Hong Kong the worst performer -- sinking two percent as a huge anti-government protest paralyzed key roads in the city before turning violent. Asian markets kicked off the losses after two days of healthy gains, with Hong Kong the worst performer -- sinking two percent as a huge anti-government protest paralyzed key roads in the city before turning violent.

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