China’s Stocks Rally to May High as Hong Kong Erases Brexit LossBy
Commodity shares rally amid optimism of central bank support
HSBC climbs in Hong Kong as Vanke slumps in Shenzhen trading
China’s stocks rose to a two-month high as commodity companies rallied and speculation grew the nation may provide stimulus to support growth. Hong Kong equities erased losses accumulated after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union.
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