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Calls for more oversight in HK after routs

The volatility illustrates the need for regulators to keep pace with the boom in China's stock markets

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UPS AND DOWNS: The Hang Seng Composite Index has surged in 2015 as the Shanghai and Shenzhen rallies spilled over and investors bet that dual-listed stock valuations would catch up with their mainland counterparts. The volatility will hurt individual investors, and analysts have called for regulators to take timely action to curb manipulation.

Hong Kong

AFTER US$35 billion in market value was erased from three Hong Kong-listed companies over two days, investors are asking if the city's regulator should have done more to prevent the sudden sell-off.

Goldin Financial Holdings Ltd and Goldin Properties Holdings Ltd,