Hong Kong’s Stocks Eke Out Quarterly Gain as Brexit Angst EasesBloomberg News
City’s financial markets to be closed Friday for a holiday
HSBC and other companies with links to Europe rebound
Hong Kong stocks jumped the most in a month, erasing a quarterly loss, as they extended a recovery from the selloff following the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union.
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