Hong Kong Stocks Bounce Back After Two-day Rout

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2021-07-28 HKT 10:38

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  • Bargain-hunters were out in force in early trading on Wednesday after a steep two-day sell-off. File image: Shutterstock

    Bargain-hunters were out in force in early trading on Wednesday after a steep two-day sell-off. File image: Shutterstock

Hong Kong shares climbed more than one percent at the start of trade on Wednesday as bargain-buyers moved in following a painful three-day sell-off sparked by Beijing's latest crackdown on a range of industries.

The Hang Seng Index rose 1.08 percent to 25,357.

The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.75 percent to 3,356, while the Shenzhen Composite Index on China's second exchange shed 0.90 percent to 2,310. (AFP)