Shares have hit a record despite deepening political turmoil.
Less than a year after its pursuit of the London Stock Exchange Group ended in humiliating failure, the Hong Kong stock exchange is back on the front foot.
Shares in Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing have surged almost 40 per cent to a record this year as the Asian bourse shapes up to be one of the few winners from escalating tensions between the US and China.
“China is too big to ignore” for investors despite the political turmoil, said Andy Nybo, managing director of Burton-Taylor International Consulting in New York.
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