Hong Kong stock price fell sharply U.S.-China trade friction and concerns over confusion of protests August 13 19:46
In Hong Kong's stock market on the 13th, selling orders spread due to concerns over the ongoing turmoil in Hong Kong, in addition to trade friction between the United States and China, and the stock price dropped significantly.
In addition to the prolonged trade dispute between the United States and China, and the growing concern that the turmoil associated with protests in Hong Kong will affect the economy, Hong Kong's stock market will expand its sales orders immediately after the start of trading. It was.
Since then, the price decline has expanded, and the closing price of the “Hansen Index”, a representative stock index, has fallen significantly to 2.1% compared to the 12th, and the 13th transaction has ended.
Market officials said, “There is no sign of the conflict between the protests and the authorities, and there is a growing sense of insecurity.”
Also, in other Asian stock markets, stock prices dropped in various places due to concerns about trade disputes between the United States and China, and the closing price of a typical stock index was about 1% in Taiwan compared to the 12th and about in Korea. Both fell to 0.8% and about 0.6% in Shanghai, China.