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Chinese net buyers of HK shares from October

Data shows mainland traders have now put more money into Hong Kong than global asset managers have invested in Shanghai

Published Thu, Apr 7, 2016 · 09:50 PM

Hong Kong

CASH is pouring into Hong Kong stocks from across the mainland border.

Chinese investors have been net buyers of the city's shares for 104 consecutive trading days, sinking 43.8 billion yuan (S$9.2 billion) into equities from October through Tuesday, according to data compiled by Bloomberg tracking investments via the exchange link with Shanghai. Mainland traders have now put more money into Hong Kong than global asset managers have invested in Shanghai, a reversal of flows in the link's first year, the data show.

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