Hong Kong Stocks Sink to Three-Week Low as Growth Concern Mounts

  • Brexit risk, Fed add to concern about China economy: KGI
  • Cheung Kong leads losses by developers over fragile outlook

Hong Kong stocks slumped, with the benchmark gauge dropping to its lowest level in three weeks, as investors fled riskier assets amid growing concern over the outlook for global growth and the possible impact of a British vote to leave the European Union.

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