Chinese Stocks Drop in Hong Kong as Fed Spurs Outflow Concern

  • Developers, airlines lead declines on dollar debt costs
  • Shanghai Composite erases gain to close little changed

Chinese stocks traded in Hong Kong fell to the lowest level in more than two months amid concern potentially higher U.S. interest rates will spur capital outflows and hurt the earnings outlook for airlines and property developers.

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