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Hong Kong: Stocks plunge 5% at open

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Hong Kong stocks nosedived at the open on Monday, with investors spooked by the rising worldwide coronavirus death toll and the failed trillion-dollar emergency economic proposal in the US senate.

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks nosedived at the open on Monday, with investors spooked by the rising worldwide coronavirus death toll and the failed trillion-dollar emergency economic proposal in the US senate.

The Hang Seng Index dropped 5.02 per cent or 1,145.52 points to 21,659.55 at the open.

AFP

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