Chinese Stocks Fall in Hong Kong to Lowest Level Since SeptemberBy
Industrial shares pace losses after producer prices retreat
Technical indicators show H shares approach oversold levels
Chinese stocks fell for a fifth day in Hong Kong after data showed producer prices extended declines and the central bank cut the yuan’s reference rate to the weakest level in four years.
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