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Chinese investors may make up a third of HK trades in 3 years

Inflow of Chinese money especially in the small-caps market could displace Western investors within 5 years

The opening of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong stock trading link, as early as November, will allow mainland Chinese to buy Hong Kong small- and mid-caps, bringing much-needed liquidity, but also likely speculative fever to growth stocks.


CHASING higher returns in a slowing economy, Chinese investors could soon dominate Hong Kong's stock market, likely redefining how shares, especially small-caps, are traded and priced there.

Chinese money will account for a third of Hong Kong's stock trading turnover in...

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