Hong Kong stocks up 6.3 per cent in first two weeks of September, as sentiment improves on eventual US-China trade deal

Hong Kong ‘s Hang Seng Index is on fire this month, posting gains of 6.3 per cent in just two weeks, as traders grow more optimistic that the US and China will work out their differences on trade.The Hang Seng closed at 27,352.69 after gaining nearly 1 per cent Friday.Its two-week performance contrasts with August, when it lost 7.39 per cent over the month.The gains came despite China’s markets being closed for the Mid-Autumn Festival, meaning there was no southbound traffic on the Stock…

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